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problems with my foot and leg.....hurts all the time


You should be doing all the communication with your doctor to try to fix the problem. I don’t know if you’ve had other exams or not, but you need to determine if the Raynold’s is primary or secondary in your case, meaning if it occurs alone or as a reaction of another disease.

There is a number of diseases and disorders that could be causing Raynaud’s disease. Some of them include lupus, RA, Scleroderma, Sjogren’s syndrome, problems with arteries, smoking and other injuries and disorders.

When you have determined this, you will get the proper treatment to treat the underlying disease or your symptoms. You may get some medications to dilate your blood vessels and improve circulation.