10 Raynaud's Syndrome Symptoms

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Symptom #2: White or Pale Skin

Another interesting symptom that can occur in patients with Raynaud’s syndrome is a whitening of the skin. The skin in areas affected by the condition—the places that feel very cold, like the fingers—will often become noticeably white and very pale. This can be unsettling for some people.

Fortunately, these areas are usually easy to cover up. If your fingers become white and you’re worried about their appearance, you can simply wear gloves until you’re able to get treatment.

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