Discovery of Raynaud’s Web Site Brings Some Relief to Farming Frostie

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    Lynn WundermanFrostie
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    We often hear from fellow sufferers who share their stories with us.  This one is from Jacki in Virginia, and we could truly empathize with the issues
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    Farmgirlfarmgirl
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    Hi Jackie, I feel your pain! I raise a small flock of sheep and way too many chickens! Besides being my own shepherd I also get call upon by friends when they have difficult deliveries. Unfortunately we all tend to lamb in February. No way to use any kind of glove at all. This week I had to spend 3 hours in an open sided barn, in short sleeves, dealing with the most difficult delivery I’ve ever done. By the time the lamb was out, and both mom and baby were up and going I was so cold I  was frantic. I didn’t know whether to cry, vomit, or do both?  I ended up sitting in my car for almost 30 minutes before I was able to even drive home!

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