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Blue Toe or Reynaud's Syndrome?

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Jan 2016
6:49pm, 10 Jan 2016
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Diogenes
My second and third toes on my left foot are often quite tender. Glancing blows or light pressure is more painful than firm pressure. After you release the pressure they can throb a little and feel warm. Normally they don't look abnormal at all, maybe a little pink. After my run this morning, during which they got a little cold and wet, they were blue.



My fingers often show signs of Reynaud's, going very white and numb, taking s long time to return to normal.

What do you reckon? (And, yes, I am going to see my Doctor too)
Jan 2016
8:33pm, 10 Jan 2016
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Bintmcskint
Wish I could help, Dio, but I'm afraid I have no idea.
And, yes, definitely get yourself to the GP
Jan 2016
8:37pm, 10 Jan 2016
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GlennR
Chilblains?
Jan 2016
9:19pm, 10 Jan 2016
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LindsD
Looks sore :(

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