Raynaud phenomenon is a disorder that limits blood flow to the fingers and toes, causing cold extremities and sometimes pain. This disease is made worse by cold temperatures. The amount of time that these extremities stay cold can vary.
As many as 1 in 10 people have Raynaud Phenomenon, with 200,000 additional cases diagnosed each year.
Typical Age of onset
Typically, this disease appears between the ages of 15-30, and is more common in women.
Cold fingers and toes
Fingers and toes that are pale, white, or blue
Feeling cold, numbness, or pain in these areas
When blood starts to return to these areas, fingers or toes that turn red, burn, throb, experience numbness, or tingle.