So I've been dealing with a fever / upset stomach last few days. I ended up having diarrhea and I couldn't stomach anything yesterday so I ate nothing except drink a bit of water and had a smoothie with bananas and yogurt. Anyway I slept for 9 hours last night and I woke up feeling good. I went to take a **** and maybe 2-3 minutes after out of no where the top 1/3 of my right hand pinky started burning up and after a few minutes the entire pinky was literally pink kind of like a blush color and it felt like it was burning up. I did not sleep on it awkwardly or bang it or something or anything like that. It just came out of no where. It is not numb or painful. I can move it just like normal. The only thing is it is pink and feels very warm to the touch compared to the rest of the fingers. It's been like this for 6 hours now. Any idea what it is and how to make it go back to normal? I ate toast and eggs this morning and some yogurt. I'll be drinking a lot of water today too because I'm probably dehydrated, but I've never had this happen to me before. I'm attaching a pic you can see it's a diff color than the rest.
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