• Mary Jane August 10, 2009
    Mary Jane
    August 10, 2009

    I was diagnosed with Raynaud's about a month ago.  My toes turn bright blue, and sometimes white.  There's not much you can do but keep the area that's affected warm (from what my Dr. told me)... if you don't there could be problems.


    Kind of hard for me to keep my feet warm because I always feel hot - then I'll touch my toes and they feel like they have been in the freezer.  Wierd, I know.


    If you go to Google images and type in Raynaud's you'll see examples of what it looks like.


    Good luck to you, hope all turns out well.

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