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Entractiv

618d

Does anyone experienced blisters and peeling skin on their fingertips? I keep having that over and over again. Once they heal, they just blister again. My rheumatologist hasn’t seen that before with his other patients.

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    • Entractiv

      606d

      @Entractiv My bp, not bo lol!

    • Silke

      607d

      Hello, I’m so sorry to hear about this, that’s awful. You mentioned it heals then gets better… have they checked your blood pressure and pulse? I have Buerger’s disease which is related to Raynaud’s and it does cause injury to fingertips and toes. It only manifests for tobacco users or former users.

      • Entractiv

        607d

        @Silke they have and normally those are within normal range but my bo has been running a bit higher. They just started me on Rituxin infusions.

        • Entractiv

          606d

          @Entractiv My bp, not bo lol!

    • ChewyhasMS

      610d

      🤗

    • ChewyhasMS

      610d

      Hi.. I sure have. Sorry to hear this is something you experience as well. It may be hard to deal with several drs however I’d be open to telling you that my experience is Raynaud’s phenomenon and the Meds I was put on is Nipedipine 30Mg XL. Remarkable difference I keep my hands out of water for long periods of time. I keep them in warming gloves and never get too cold. My feet as well . My best

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