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    You are so kind, Linda! Great idea
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    I have a question about raynauds. I was put on amlodipine 2.5 years ago when the raynauds got bad but went off it months later because we moved and didnt have insurance. My rheumy was going to put me on medicine for it but didnt bacause I am nursing. My raynauds is controlled okay, as long as the house is warm and I wear gloves outside. Could I be causing long term damage to my hands and feet by not being on medicine for it? Thanks, Mary

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    Sorry I can't help you with raynauds as I don't have it. Take a look at these threads, they might be helpful for you. IF not someone will comealong soon. If not pop into chat and some of us will see if we can help you out.
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    I think if you have it under control then you should be ok. If your hands are not changing color often then I would think that would mean that nothing is actively going on with them, but I wouldnt hold me to that. I would just make sure to continue what you're doing.

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