Does anyone else experience this? A couple weeks ago, I was standing in the cold for a while (my hands were in my pockets, but I didn't have gloves). I noticed they turned blue-ish, and then once I came in and warmed up a bit, I noticed my index finger on one hand was white below the knuckle. I've since remembered that occasionally, 1-2 toes on each foot will do that. When I brought this up with my neurologist, she said it could likely be Raynaud's, which she said can happen on its own, or as a result of autoimmune disorders (I'm diagnosed with Clinically Isolated Syndrome, with MS like brain lesions, and a positive spinal tap). She's not concerned, so neither am I, I'm just curious if anyone else has experienced this? Any tips aside from trying to keep my extremities warm?
My finger tips get numb, cold and white from time to time, no rhyme or reason to it. Was dx'd RLRM in 2005
I too have, over a year, cold feet. A number of doctors, now I have foot orthotics, good circulation.......Neurologist “mentioned Raynauds”. Foot dr. said peripheral neuropathy (not diabetic).😬
My hands but mostly my feet get cold/numb in cold weather. In the summer, my feet overheat.
BBBBBBIG PAIN IN THE BUT.
I guess the only thing I can share with you, to get going again , heating pad, rest.
just a big inconvenience for sure, but I’m convinced it will pass ✌🏼❤️😊✌🏼❤️😊✌🏼❤️😊✌🏼❤️😊✌🏼❤️😊✌🏼❤️😊