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Raynaud's phenomenon

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Introduction
Raynaud’s phenomenon is a common condition that affects the blood supply to certain parts of the body, usually the fingers and toes.
Symptoms of Raynaud's
The main symptoms of Raynaud's are changes to the skin colour in the affected areas.
Causes of Raynaud's
Raynaud's phenomenon is the result of over-sensitive blood vessels in the extremities of our body. In many cases, no cause is identified.
Diagnosing Raynaud's
Raynaud's phenomenon can usually be diagnosed after an examination of your symptoms and some blood tests.
Treating Raynaud's
Treatment for Raynaud's phenomenon usually involves with self-help techniques, although medication is sometimes necessary.
Complications of Raynaud's
People with Raynaud's phenomenon have an increased risk of developing other problems, such as scleroderma.
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