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    Dvir0776dvir0776
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    Hi, 19 year old, have raynauds since I can remember

    2 days ago I did the mistake of taking an ice bath, not very good idea, lesson learned.

    Now my feet toes are red and itch like hell, what do I do? I used talc on the fingers but didn’t help much.

    What do you suggest? Man I hate the winter lol

    Please let me know how you deal with it.

    Thank you,

    Dvir

    #4652
    KarenKaren
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    Hi, Dvir, and welcome to the forum.

    First suggestion is to be seen by your doctor for an accurate diagnosis and potential treatment regimen.

    Second, check out the information on a condition called erythromelalgia as its symptoms cause redness, burning sensations and intense itching of the feet and hands.

    We have a great deal of information under the FAQ’s at the top of this page that explains Raynaud’s and ways to help one cope with the symptoms.

    Keep us posted on your progress!

     

    #4653
    Dvir0776dvir0776
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    Hi, first of all, thanks for the reply!

    Second, I found the SOLUTION! It worked so well I honestly couldn’t believe it! It’s been 6 hours since and the itch left and didn’t come back yet!

    I read somewhere in a forum that someone used raw onion on the red toes and it worked for him. I was very skeptical, and it sounds really weird, but it worked wonders for me! I took half an onion, and just moved in on my fingers, 15 min later the itching STOPPED 100%!!! I guess it’ll be back in a day or two but now I have a treamtemt, AHA! lol 😀

     

    Please let me know if it worked for you as well, those winter months can be tough for Raynaud’s!

    Dvir

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    KarenKaren
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    What an unusual, but nifty, remedy – thanks for the feedback, Dvir0776 !!!

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