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What could be causing pain in hands hands are tingly numb painful blue in color at times and itch also stiffness at times. Constant pain in both.Have had pain in both for quite some times but has gotten worse the past couple days

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Dr. Joy Jackson
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You did not mention if you have seen a doctor for this problem. You may be dealing with a type of arthirtis, autoimmune disorder, or even a conditon called raynaud's phenomenon (condition affecting the vessels in the hands); causing the hands to be cold and/or numb, turn red or even blue.
Regardless, a prompt medical evaluation, testing, and treatment plan are in order. Best of luck.

In brief: You

You did not mention if you have seen a doctor for this problem. You may be dealing with a type of arthirtis, autoimmune disorder, or even a conditon called raynaud's phenomenon (condition affecting the vessels in the hands); causing the hands to be cold and/or numb, turn red or even blue.
Regardless, a prompt medical evaluation, testing, and treatment plan are in order. Best of luck.
Dr. Joy Jackson
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