If you think you might have Reynaud's, please check out the possibility of ACA, which is much more common in European strains of Lyme. Although it is considered fairly uncommon, I think it goes underdiagnosed both in Europe and in the U.S. There have been cases reported in the U.S. It looks very similar to Reynaud's and could easily be mistaken for Reynaud's. Even some LL doctors are not familiar with it. I would like to raise awareness on this condition.
It can cause a lot of nerve issues, especially peripheral, numbness, tingling and pain.
(See page 2 for reference to Reynaud's, but the whole thread is excellent)
Post Edited (Lymie Girl) : 3/3/2015 11:17:33 AM (GMT-7)