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Date Joined Jan 2005
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| Posted 2/18/2008 12:04 PM (GMT -7)
I'm not sure there are any meds for the Raynauds, but some of the others who have Raynauds may know. If you don't get some good answers in this topic, please post a new topic with the word "Raynauds" in the title so those members can help you better.
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Date Joined Feb 2008
Total Posts : 29
| Posted 2/18/2008 12:12 PM (GMT -7)
Welcome, I'm new to the forum too.. Not yet Dx, but do have the problem with cold hands, they are cold every PM and evening. Turn whitish, then bluish...palms and fingers..my feet are bad too...not as bad as my hands. I wear gloves everyday in the house and use the bean bags that I warm up in the microwave. I heard to wear a hat as well, it keep the body warmer. they have not Dx me for Raynaud yet, but they are looking for circulation problems as well? I do not know of any Meds...but others might..
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Date Joined Dec 2004
Total Posts : 8198
| Posted 2/18/2008 1:49 PM (GMT -7)
Hi Lady Hendley,
Welcome to the forum. I have had Raynaud's for a long time and have never been given any type of treatment for it. Like Rosie, I'm not sure if there is a treatment.
I know what you mean about
the pain. If my feet or fingers get too cold it is very painful. I just try to keep them as warm as possible. I always wear socks, even in the summer. A good warm blanket or heating pad helps too. When my fingers get too cold, I run warm water over them and put gloves on. Also a good warm cup of coffee or hot tea feels good to hold too...
The others had some good suggestions too. I hope you get some answers soon and relief. Hang in there and keep us updated. You will be in my thoughts and prayers.
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