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What is the best treatment for raynaud's disease?
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Dr. Hanriet Minasian
Internal Medicine
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In brief: Amlodipine
Reynaud's disease is caused by an autoimmune condition where you have spasms of the vessels of fingers and toes.
It can be treated by a family of medications called calcium channel blockers, namely amlodipine. Rheumatologists also specialize in the entire fa, ily of diseases to which raynaud's belong to and would be the specialist of choice. Keeping extremities warm also helps.

In brief: Amlodipine
Reynaud's disease is caused by an autoimmune condition where you have spasms of the vessels of fingers and toes.
It can be treated by a family of medications called calcium channel blockers, namely amlodipine. Rheumatologists also specialize in the entire fa, ily of diseases to which raynaud's belong to and would be the specialist of choice. Keeping extremities warm also helps.
Dr. Hanriet Minasian
Dr. Hanriet Minasian
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Dr. Michael Questell
Family Medicine
In brief: Avoid cold temp
There are no long term treatments for raynauds.
Avoid cool temperatures when possible. There have been reports of nitroglycerine paste and calcium channel blockers to increase blood flow to the fingers.

In brief: Avoid cold temp
There are no long term treatments for raynauds.
Avoid cool temperatures when possible. There have been reports of nitroglycerine paste and calcium channel blockers to increase blood flow to the fingers.
Dr. Michael Questell
Dr. Michael Questell
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