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#1 Marie W

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Posted 03 December 2006 - 08:20 AM

Thanks to everyone who replyed to my post. To the person who has migraines also, I never had migraines until 4-5 months ago. I don't think my rheumatologist has seen many cases of scleroderma, so I don't think he really knows what symptons are from it. I have made an appointment for Jan 24 to see a Rhemy at WVU whom treats a lot of patients with scleroderma. She is a younger MD and up to date of the disease. I have so many symptons, I don't know which ones are related to the scleroderma. Again, thanks everyone.



#2 Shelley Ensz

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Posted 03 December 2006 - 10:51 AM

Hello Marie,

Welcome to Sclero Forums! It is great that you joined us.

There are dozens and dozens of symptoms related to systemic scleroderma. See the whole astonishing list at Scleroderma Symptoms. Keep in mind, of course, that most people may just get a handful of symptoms, and nobody would ever get all of them (although a few of us might come pretty close).
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