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This may be a question for a cardiologist? Can secondary renaud's be treated, and if so, what kind of doctor is best to treat this condition?

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Dr. Mark Stern
Internal Medicine - Cardiology
6 doctors agree

In brief: Yes

Yes a family doctor, or internist , or cardiologist, or any doctor could prescribe a vasodilator like amlodipine which might help.

In brief: Yes

Yes a family doctor, or internist , or cardiologist, or any doctor could prescribe a vasodilator like amlodipine which might help.
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Dr. Christian Assad
Internal Medicine - Cardiology
3 doctors agree

In brief: Raynauds

Depending on the cause of your symptoms, medications may help treat Raynaud's.
To widen (dilate) blood vessels and promote circulation, your doctor may prescribe 1) Calcium Channel Blockers: nifedipine (Afeditab CR, Procardia), amlodipine (Norvasc) and felodipine (Plendil) 2) Alpha blockers: Prazosin, Doxasozin 3) Vasodilators:

In brief: Raynauds

Depending on the cause of your symptoms, medications may help treat Raynaud's.
To widen (dilate) blood vessels and promote circulation, your doctor may prescribe 1) Calcium Channel Blockers: nifedipine (Afeditab CR, Procardia), amlodipine (Norvasc) and felodipine (Plendil) 2) Alpha blockers: Prazosin, Doxasozin 3) Vasodilators:
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Dr. Bruce Rothschild
Internal Medicine - Rheumatology
2 doctors agree

In brief: Rheumatologist

Rheumatologist may be better choice, as may be Nifedipine xl.

In brief: Rheumatologist

Rheumatologist may be better choice, as may be Nifedipine xl.
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