Our expert says:
Raynaud's Phenomenom and Raynaud's Disease are significantly different in terms of diagnosis. If your diagnosis is indeed Raynaud's Phenomenom I would suggest you communicate with the medical practioner who originally made your diagnose and ask for the details that led to this conclusion.
Discuss this medical history and your new symptoms with your current GP and ask for referral for appropriate investigation to a rheumatologist.
In addition to the above if you want a more natural approach consult an osteopath. This will help to improve the function of your circulatory and nervous systems as well improve the ability of your body to deal with your ongoing condition.
Dr Guy Ashburner Osteopath
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