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Good morning, I am Dr Ruff, thank you for contacting us today
I am sorry to hear that you are experiencing this.
This could certainly be Raynauds and due to vasoconstriction of your toes.
Given the temperature makes a difference, this makes it more likely.
If simple measures of avoiding this such as cold peripheries doesn't work, then there are medication that can help.
A medication called Nifedipine can help. This however would require a prescription which your GP can provide if they agree with this.
They are likely to want to examine you first though.
Would you like a private GP?
That is my pleasure, all the best.