Up to 10 million people are affected by these symptoms in the UK, yet research reveals that only 4% realise they may have Raynaud's disease
NOBODY likes feeling the biting cold, but if you're suffering from Raynaud's disease
, winter can be a particularly painful season.
I few years ago I was told I had Raynaud's Disease
which would explain the awful discomfort and white fingers, and made me realise I wasn't being quite such a wimp after all.
Having Raynaud's disease
, a condition that affects blood supply to parts of the body, including fingers and toes.
- the strange condition that leaves your hands red, white and blue
He was diagnosed with Raynaud's disease
- which affects blood supply - and wasn't allowed to do a sergeant's course.
Smoking can therefore aggravate or initiate chilblains (painful, itchy swelling of the skin), frostbite, primary or secondary Raynaud's disease
, ulceration in patients with systemic sclerosis, and Buerger's disease.
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Otherwise well children seem to have Raynaud's disease
, "but their signs and symptoms are different," she said.
I've had Raynaud's disease
since childhood, and MS since my mid-20s (I'm 44 now).
None of the women had a history of Raynaud's disease
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