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    Blue hands

    Hi I am on my third week round 2 and my hands started turning blue today it's very cold out and my office did not warm up so I did sit for about eight hours in chilly conditions. Has anyone had this happen to them before? Thx

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    Do your feet do it too? It's probably Raynaud's disease, I have it, so does DH, mine effects my hands and feet, DH's just his feet. The colder it is, the worst they get. It can effect your nose too, definitely hoping I don't get that symptom, last thing I need is a blue nose LOL

    Maybe google some images online and see if that's what it looks like. I wouldn't worry too much as long as you aren't having any symptoms of anything else and they aren't staying blue. I mean it could mean low oxygen or something but if you aren't having other symptoms of that I wouldn't think so.

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    Have you had your iron levels checked? Anemia can cause icy fingers and toes.

    However, just being on the protocol could be the whole cause. Its a well-known occurrence while on HCG. I usually experienced during my rounds. I take it as a sign the HCG is doing its thing. But that is mostly and over-all chiliness. During some of my rounds the only time I felt warm was when I was soaking in a hot bath.
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