COVID and Raynaud's

We’d like to hear from fellow Frosties on your experiences with COVID and Raynaud’s. These are challenging times for everyone, but we thought it would be good to share stories from people living with Raynaud’s about what’s become more difficult day-to-day, plus maybe hear if there’s anything positive that’s come from how life has changed for us.

I’ll start by sharing my own experience today. It was the first time I’ve gone grocery shopping in near freezing weather (windchills in the 30’s). Up until now, I’ve just donned rubber gloves to go into the store, but what do you do when you’re already wearing thick gloves or mittens? I tried putting the rubber gloves over my wool gloves while still in the car, but they didn’t comfortably fit (fingers didn’t come all the way down). So I left the good gloves in the car and put my hands wrapped in the rubber gloves in my pockets, which worked fine.

But leaving the store was another story – I needed my hands on the basket, so no warm pockets for protection. Once I was ready to disrobe from the rubber gloves before entering the car, that was another challenge. I ge