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Is raynaud's disease related to my constant headaches?
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Dr. Robert Kwok
Pediatrics
3 doctors agree
In brief: Doctor can evaluate
When a patient has raynaud's phenomenon (vasospasm leading to poor circulation in the fingers and toes), his doctors will look for the common causes such as autoimmune disorders, arteritis, drug side effects, hormonal imbalances, etc.
.. Arteritis (artery inflammation) and some of the other raynaud's causes can affect the head and brain areas. A primary care or rheumatology doctor can evaluate.

In brief: Doctor can evaluate
When a patient has raynaud's phenomenon (vasospasm leading to poor circulation in the fingers and toes), his doctors will look for the common causes such as autoimmune disorders, arteritis, drug side effects, hormonal imbalances, etc.
.. Arteritis (artery inflammation) and some of the other raynaud's causes can affect the head and brain areas. A primary care or rheumatology doctor can evaluate.
Dr. Robert Kwok
Dr. Robert Kwok
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Dr. Richard Sanders
Surgery - Vascular
1 doctor agrees
In brief: No
Raynaud's disease is coldness and color changes in the hands and/or feet plus increased pain and coldness on exposure to cold.
Headaches are not typically a part of this.

In brief: No
Raynaud's disease is coldness and color changes in the hands and/or feet plus increased pain and coldness on exposure to cold.
Headaches are not typically a part of this.
Dr. Richard Sanders
Dr. Richard Sanders
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