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What to do if I get cold hands and feet and the extrimity of my 2fingers got white without blood?

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In brief: Cold injury

Slow gradual warming is treatment of choice for mild cold injury (chilblains / frostbite) that you are describing.
Avoid further episodes of cold exposure as tissue will be sensitive for a year or so. If this happens frequently & at temperatures that don't bother others, you may have reynauds disease - see a doctor in this case.

In brief: Cold injury

Slow gradual warming is treatment of choice for mild cold injury (chilblains / frostbite) that you are describing.
Avoid further episodes of cold exposure as tissue will be sensitive for a year or so. If this happens frequently & at temperatures that don't bother others, you may have reynauds disease - see a doctor in this case.
Dr. Sharmila Dissanaike
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Dr. Maged Zaky
Internal Medicine
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In brief: Hite cold extremitie

That most likely raynaud's phenomonon which can be part of crest syndrome of connective tissue disease , needs lab work up by your pcp, sometime we use calcium channel blockers pyridine group.

In brief: Hite cold extremitie

That most likely raynaud's phenomonon which can be part of crest syndrome of connective tissue disease , needs lab work up by your pcp, sometime we use calcium channel blockers pyridine group.
Dr. Maged Zaky
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Dr. Otto Placik
Surgery - Plastics

In brief: White/red cold hands

You may have a condition called raynaud's phenomenon or syndrome.
This diagnosis requires evaluation by your primary care physician, vascular surgeon or hand surgeon. A variety of treatments medical and surgical are available but prevention of exposure to the cold is your first line of defence. Other auto-immune diseases may co-exist with this condition and should be investigated.

In brief: White/red cold hands

You may have a condition called raynaud's phenomenon or syndrome.
This diagnosis requires evaluation by your primary care physician, vascular surgeon or hand surgeon. A variety of treatments medical and surgical are available but prevention of exposure to the cold is your first line of defence. Other auto-immune diseases may co-exist with this condition and should be investigated.
Dr. Otto Placik
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