I started with pain/pressure in my left arm few mont back and few weeks a go my left four finger tips not tumb and under my nail feels numb. couple of weeks ago I see my riht hand started too but only 3 fingers. They are gold and sometimes trub for a second. I feel like its frost bite and I hae just take out my hand from the freezer. I touced the nail remover and oh my God it was like my finger was blowing up. My shoulder and neck hurts too. It seems like it gets a little worse at night. I do not see any marks on my hands or other parts of my body and I do not think that I have cholastral or am a diabetic. Please help me determine what is going on and If I need to see a doctor what kind of doctor do I need to see? Thank you in advanced for you opinion.
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