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JustRachelle

759d

Since being diagnosed with Raynauds Phenomenon Syndrome… Am I suppose to let my other specialist know? My rheumatologist is the one who confirmed but do I notify my neurologist?!

    • Julz4me

      755d

      Do you have a primary doctor? My primary doctor prescribes my medication for my thyroid ... my rheumatologist prescribes my medication that I take for raynauds .. The primary care doctor is the one that needs to know all medicines from all specialist that you see.. for me I have two doctors and they’re both aware of my medications .. it gets more complicated the more specialists you have .. hope the best for you!

    • Gardener22

      755d

      It’s always helpful to let your other physicians know about new diagnoses. They will put it in your chart and can reference it for future medications. I’m on a channel blocker for my Raynaud’s so I always inform my drs. Drs that work closely with your diagnoses appreciate being informed. I will typically bring my immunologist lab work that my rheumatologist did so he’s informed.

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