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  • livinglifejoy
    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?
  • OneEyedRon
    My finger tips get numb, cold and white from time to time, no rhyme or reason to it. Was dx'd RLRM in 2005
  • Chrissyny
    Yesssssss.😂
    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 ✌🏼❤️😊✌🏼❤️😊✌🏼❤️😊✌🏼❤️😊✌🏼❤️😊✌🏼❤️😊