Raynaud's: Q & A with an Expert

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    Lynn WundermanFrostie
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    Raynaud’s: Q & A with an Expert

    Despite being a relatively common condition, not everyone is familiar with Raynaud’s (or Raynaud’s phenomenon). It’s a condition where blood flow to the fingers and toes becomes restricted, causing them to turn blue or white. Sometimes, the fingers might become difficult to move or feel painful.

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    K.bettlesK.bettles
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    What a good read iv just posted for some advice and it was in a post below. Think i may chilblaines.

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    LoisDLoisD
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    Nice article! Thanks Frostie!

    LoisD

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