A member asked:

I have raynaud's and dry mouth, which are more sever this year. where can i move to that would be better than ok?

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Dr. Bennett Werner answered

Specializes in Cardiology

Some people with raynaud's have sicca syndrome which includes dry mouth and dry eyes. There may be arthralgias (aches in the joints) and myalgias (aches in the muscles) as well as rheumatism (aches in the tendons, ligaments, bursas and synoviae). You should see an internist or rheumatologist to have testing done. There may be treatment available and you wouldn't have to move!

Answered Mar 31, 2013

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Dr. Richard Sanders answered

Specializes in General Surgery

Symptoms of raynaud's are worse in cold climates and improved in warm ones. Move to an area that has warm temperatures all year round.

Answered Mar 22, 2014

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