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Scleroderma Ontario Jul 10
Summer might seem like a vacation from , but malls, stores and restaurants are usually very cold. That sudden temperature change can trigger terrible symptoms. What do you do to manage Raynauds in the summer?
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Maggie Ⓥ 🎃🎃 Jul 13
Oh my god. My toes turn white with anxiety/stress.
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Laura Jul 17
Starting to think I should pack a blanket for my journeys in the summer ... Outside warm, inside this train frostier than a snowman’s cold bits!
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Mich Straverdóttir Jul 10
Unnecessary in the train. So uncomfortable!!
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SRUK | Scleroderma & Raynaud's UK 19h
High blood pressure can cause many serious health problems, and is commonly associated with as well. Here are some great from the to help you lower yours 👇🚫🧂
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Scleroderma Canada Jul 11
Wearing mitts, gloves, a scarf or shawl, and staying away from a/c units all help.
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Kymberly Fergusson Jul 10
The autoimmune inability to regulate body temperature is a pain, often literally - it’s the middle of summer!
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Amanda Goodwin Jul 14
R U resistant to entering a group & think a group is not 4 U. It may be EXACTLY what serves you most! Join here. --> We'd love to add U 2 R !!
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Atrius Health Jul 15
It's summer and it's hot outside...so why are my hands are still cold? It could be
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Johnesa Jul 10
Replying to @CaseyBratPack
Yes, I have chronic spasms! My right side is twitching more. It wakes me up during the night. # Smallfiberneuropathy Hang in there💪
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Debbie Strange Jul 17
in Red Lights, June 2019 - TY Marilyn! & the list goes on - grateful 4 & - they can distract me from almost anything!
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nicola whitehill Jul 10
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SclerodermaRF Jul 12
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Amanda Goodwin Jul 12
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SclerodermaRF Jul 17
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nicola whitehill Jul 17
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Johnesa 18h
It is very important to research & advocate for ourselves, especially when you have multiple autoimmune diseases.
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