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Texture sensitivity on fingertips and tips of toes? Has anyone heard of this with Raynauds? The rougher the texture, the more it hurts.
I have to be very careful and keep my fingers and toes moisturized or the skin cracks and hurts. I have lupus and limited scleroderma. The overproduction of collagen makes the skin rough and it dries out easily.
I have sensitivity to textures and was wondering if you were able to come up with a resolution to the symptoms. It seems like man made material are more bothersome (nylon, polyester, etc) I am experiencing burning and agitation in my feet associated with the textures of socks. Thanks in advance for your reply!
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