Common Causes,Signs and Symptoms of Hepatitis C That Require Immediate Attention

Raynaud’s syndrome

Some people with hepatitis C may experience a specific symptom called Raynaud’s syndrome. It causes the peripheral blood vessels to constrict or narrow and leads to the numbness and coldness in their fingers and toes. It is usually aggravated by when the stress and temperature changes.

As you de-stress or warms up, you may feel a sharp or stinging pain in the affected areas. Depending on your blood circulation, your skin may also turn white or blue.