|You can see the white finger tip on my index finger|
The treatment is rather simple unless it gets very severe - keep my hands warm by wearing great gloves and maybe getting a steering wheel heater. There are medicines I could take if it gets really bad, but I would prefer not to go that route unless it becomes very serious. My $100 gloves are in the mail! A coworker who I didn't know had it, recommended this brand. We will see if they work. She said they were expensive, but it is a small price to pay to prevent disfigured fingers. That is what can happen if it is not treated.
I did ask my doctor if training could be to blame for this. She said unless he had me lifting crazy weights, like over 100 lbs, no. Darn! I did read that to protect my hands during training I should make sure they are warm.
My symptoms had only been in my hands until I had to ice my sprained ankle on the weekend and then they started in my foot. So icing is out.
It feels a little frustrating that I am doing all of this awesome stuff to be the healthiest me ever and I am diagnosed with a disease. My doctor said these things happen, so I will try not to be frustrated and keep going.