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How common is raynauds syndrome?

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Dr. Stratos Christianakis
Rheumatology 19 years experience
Depends: General population 5-10 percent and majority of patients with raynaud's may be just a phenomenon and not related to an autoimmune disease.

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Which are the most common symptoms of raynauds syndrome?

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Dr. Thomas Namey
Rheumatology 49 years experience
Hand problems.: Patients with raynaud's have a problem with arteriolar spasm with cold or fear/anxiety. The condition varies in severity, but you will typically see whiteness above your pips (second joint of the fingers) followed by pup=rple, and then redness accompanied by pain.
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What is the most common symptom of raynauds syndrome?

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Dr. Andras Perl
Internal Medicine 43 years experience
Changes in color: Fingers and and toes change color, mainly in the cold, which is often associated with sensation of pain and tingling.

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