Symptoms of Raynaud's Phenomenon
Areas affected by Raynaud's phenomenon may:
- Feel cold or numb, as if they have fallen asleep.
- Turn white or blue.
- Turn blue, then red with warming. As colors develop, the affected areas may throb, ache, tingle, or feel cold or numb.
The hands, feet, nose, and ears can be affected by Raynaud's phenomenon. Raynaud's may affect one finger or several. Even nipples may be affected.