First time poster here. I've been concerned for a while about my hands. I've been feeling the cold more and more since November and initially put this down to my weight loss and a bad winter. However, I've been concerned about my hands much more recently. Essentially, when they become cold, they go deathly white, they hurt (while they go pale and then they ache for many hours after), they go ridiculously cold, and I'm unable to use my fingers properly. I can't write at all, struggle on type, on occasions I have had to bend my fingers into a normal shape as they've seized up. The only way to get them warm is to hold them under warm to hot running water or to put them on a radiator. Understandably, I'm concerned about this and suspect it's Raynauds and I want to see my GP. I don't visit my GP very often though and don't want to waste their time, so I suppose what I'm looking for is guidance here and reassurance. Am I right to see my GP about this? Is this the kind of thing they're there for? I was going to leave it, but it's May and I'm still experiencing these symptoms as soon as my hands get cold.