Fingers and toes can feel numb when they are cold due to poor blood circulation. Pulmonary hypertension is a circulatory disorder which is caused by cholesterol plaque deposits along the walls of the arteries, making them harden and constrict. This makes the blood flow difficult resulting in a small amount reaching the extremities (fingers and toes).

Fingers And Toes Go Numb When Cold is most frequently associated with the following conditions by our members

  • 87.0%

    Pulmonary Hypertensi

  • 13.0%

    Stiff-Person Syndrom