Raynaud's is generally related to lack of blood circulation in the fingers, and the turning white (or red) is usually when the hands/fingers get cold.
Numbness, on the other hand, is often related to nerve inflammation -- remember Lupus is basically a wild inflammation attacking random points, so an inflamed nerve is quite possible.
Have you started any inflammation-controlling medications?
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