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My baby always has really cold hands is this normal? 
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Dr. Christopher Coller
Family Medicine
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In brief: Depends
Babies, like adults, can have cold extremities simply because of the environment.
Cyanosis, or a blueish color, to the fingers or hands can be a little more concerning - though not always. I wouldn't be too concerned unless there is consistent cyanosis or a curious change/decrease in finger/hand movement. Use mittens and if you're really concerned, talk with your doctor.

In brief: Depends
Babies, like adults, can have cold extremities simply because of the environment.
Cyanosis, or a blueish color, to the fingers or hands can be a little more concerning - though not always. I wouldn't be too concerned unless there is consistent cyanosis or a curious change/decrease in finger/hand movement. Use mittens and if you're really concerned, talk with your doctor.
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Dr. Shalini Sethi
Pediatrics
In brief: Very normal
Babies have cold hands and feet .
may look purple too , it's all normal

In brief: Very normal
Babies have cold hands and feet .
may look purple too , it's all normal
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