Everyday Signs of Raynaud’s: Special Message for Friends, Family & Co-Workers

Since there's no single test to diagnose Raynaud's, doctors generally rely on either witnessing an attack or listening to a patient describe their symptoms. But if their description doesn't correspond to the text book triad of color changes (white/blue/red) or reference to pain or experience (e.g., numbness) they studied in medical school, Raynaud's symptoms can

2019-03-31T01:00:13-04:00September 8th, 2017|Diagnosing Raynaud's|Comments Off on Everyday Signs of Raynaud’s: Special Message for Friends, Family & Co-Workers

Advice to Nurses on Treating Raynaud’s

We were happy to see an article in a UK nursing magazine, Nursing in Practice, with advice on diagnosing and treating Raynaud's phenomenon.   More knowledgeable medical professionals will result in better treatment for Frosties across the globe. The article contains a good overview of the condition, including: The history of Raynaud's discovery in 1862 by

2015-10-12T16:40:54-04:00June 7th, 2015|Coping Strategies, Diagnosing Raynaud's, In The News|Comments Off on Advice to Nurses on Treating Raynaud’s
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