Well, my right foot has been having problems with numbness - most of the toes are numb all the way, and there's a couple of patches that are half-numb. (If you know what I mean, and I think you do!) There's also a numb patch on the bottom.
I got out of the shower today and my right foot was white. Not the toes - the toes were normal-colored, and the ankle was too. Just the top of the foot was white. It went away as I walked around the house, hunting down clean clothes.
I'm wondering if this is Reynaud's or CRPS (complex regional pain disorder) which also I believe is called reflex sympathetic dystonia.
I've had the last two fingers on my right hand go white and numb as well, but it's been a couple of years.
I have the same thing and have had it for years, its called Reynauds , my feet are cold all year long and they feel as if they are freezing. I can't keep them warm during the winter, but at the same time my feet will get too warm with the socks on. I think the toes are just colder.. I don't know,.its weird but true.
But now I have tingling and numb toes, have had numbness and pain in my hands for years too. I didnt know what it was in my hands until i joined this forum.
I thinkm i just repeated myself, but you get the general idea i hope...
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