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The symptoms you are experiencing is due to Raynaud's. Typical symptoms of Raynaud's are
Cold fingers and toesSequence of color changes in your skin in response to cold or stressNumb, prickly feeling or stinging pain upon warming or relief of stress
Depending on the cause of your symptoms, medications may help treat Raynaud's. To widen (dilate) blood vessels and promote circulation, your doctor may prescribe medications like amlodipine, plendil.
Try to avoid caffeine, exercise regularly, avoid stress, , guard your hands and feet from injury. Don't walk barefoot. Take care of your nails to avoid injuring sensitive toes and fingertips. In addition, avoid wearing anything that compresses blood vessels in your hands or feet, such as tight wristbands, rings or footwear.
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