I'm sorry to hear that you are experiencing these distressing symptoms and that there doesn't seem to be a clear answer right now what might be going on. I recommend that you speak with your primary care doctor
or with a rheumatologist
When I hear about your symptoms, I think about the association between Raynaud's phenomenon and vasculitis
, or inflammation of blood vessels. Vasculitis is one disease process that could, in my mind, explain the emergence of skin finds that look like bruised areas, which might be painful. The medical term for these discolored areas in association with vasculitis would be "purport." There are some basic laboratory screens which can be conducted to look for vasculitis, but often a biopsy of one of the skin areas is required to make a definitive diagnosis.
I think the other major possibility would be a new problem with blood clotting or with the function of platelets. Again, there are simple blood tests which a doctor could use to screen for these problems.
You should touch base with your primary care doctor and explain what is going on. I'm certain that they would be able to help you figure out whether additional workup is needed. Another possibility would be to touch base with a rheumatologist.