hi, i'm a little confused, and hoping to get some advice, i'm a 40 year old woman and a few days ago i noticed a couple of my fingers and toes were numb, tingly and very pale compared to the others, i just thought it was due to the cold weather, but yesterday i was inside a heated room and it happened again, i visited my doctor today who said it is raynauds phenomenon and that there is no treatment for it, except to keep warm, the problem is since being back from the doctors surgery i have researched raynauds on the internet, and found out that it can be caused by an underlying problem such as diabetes, arthritis and some other nasty things, the thing is why did the doctor not say he would do a blood sugar test etc?? i'm now worried that i could be just carrying on with this and an underlying issue could be getting worse ! :(Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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