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What are the symptoms of raynaud s phenomenon?

Hi, Im 34 years of age and have suddenly started experiencing achy bones and my fingers turn an extreme white color when I get cold. I have found online something called raynauds phenomenon which I told to my doctor. She said it could be but would like to alleviate other possibilities so she ordered a battery of blood tests including cryoglobulin levels. Ive looked this up online and it seems a bit scary. Is there really anything serious to worry about at my age?
Tue, 26 Aug 2014
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hello,
raynauds phenomema does affect the periphery vessels,
dont come to conclusions by yourself, its not that healthy, as many people tend to overthink,
there will usually be coldness of extremities
do consult your doctor,
and take proper treatment for the same..
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