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    Raynauds Syndrom
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    SilverDove7 posted:
    Dont know if I spelled all of that right but has anyone heard of it or even aexperiencing it now?

    Sabrina
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    missist responded:
    hi yes, I have heard of it, some folks in my family have it. I don't think it is a normal fibromyalgia problem--but often people with fibro have other issues as well, like auto immune.
    I had a great uncle with ankylosing spondylosis and he also had raynauds.
     
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    debrabrooks1960 responded:
    I have heard of it. My boss has it. Her hands turn blue from being cold. You can look it up on WebMD. This website can give you lot of information. Good luck.

    Debbie
    Your not over the hill until you are under the hill.


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