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By the way, I thought of chilblains but this doesn’t itch at all, is only very sensitive/sore
about a month ago I got something on the side of my middle toe that looked like a blood blister. It felt very hard though. after a while the toe got very sensitive on the bottom and started to get red an swell. The bloodblister I was able to pull off a few days ago (sorry for the details ;-)) but my toe is still swollen and sore and a bit numb. It doesn’t itch. Has a few red dots or patches deep in the skin as well. Does anyone recognise this as part of Raynauds?
Thanks karen! I might have to make another bounce because if things go according to plan we will be moving to Canada in a few months! hopefully I will get a nice doctor there! 😉
You are right, I should especially since I am getting more and more joint pains and other tendinitis like symptoms. But I don’t get on with my GP. I am trying to get en new one and then I will go through the process again. The waiting lists in Ireland for certain specialists are crazy though (unless you go private). I am on the waiting list for my carpal tunnelsyndroom: at least 2 years!! 🙁
Thank you Karen, you have been very helpful.
Just a matter of wait and see then. The thing is, I think I read somewhere that secondary Raynaud’s is usually a-typical and a-symmetrical and that the age of onset is higher.
I got sick 2 years ago and got all these weird symptoms and then developed Raynaud’s.
Currently I am not seeing a doctor for this. The rheumatologist I saw was in Holland and I recentley moved to ireland. My primary care doctor doesn’t even know I have it, doesn’t know about the other symptoms I have either.