About Raynaud's Disease | Lupus Foundation of America
RD occurs in up to one-third of individuals with lupus. Lupus-related Raynaud's usually results from inflammation of nerves or blood vessels and is triggered by stress or by cold temperatures. With Raynaud’s, the tips of the fingers or toes turn red, white, blue or purple. This may be accompanied by pain, numbness, or tingling.
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