Signs and symptoms of Raynaud’s phenomenon?
People who suffer from Raynaud’s phenomenon see a rapid change in the colour of their extremities; this most often occurs in the fingers, but it can also affect other parts of the body such as the toes, and, more rarely, the ears and nose.
Raynaud’s phenomenon typically occurs in several stages:
Raynaud’s phenomenon can be painful, but it does not cause pain all the time or in everyone affected. Some people will instead experience a temporary tingling or loss of sensation in the affected area. Between episodes or attacks, the affected body part returns to normal.