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Scary changes to my hands

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#21 flen130



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Posted 11 October 2015 - 02:26 PM


I was wondering if you ever figured out what was going on with your hands exactly.  I have the exact same symptoms to a tee.  I know you posted this 7 years ago but I'm hoping you will still get the message.  I would love to know how things worked out for you/what I have.  Thanks. 

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Posted 12 October 2015 - 09:23 AM

Hi Flen130,


Welcome to these forums!!


I'm sorry to hear that you're experiencing problems with your hands; not knowing the cause of the problem is often far more worrying than the problem itself!


I would suggest that your best idea would be to see your primary doctor (if you haven't already) and have any worrying symptoms further investigated.


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Posted 16 October 2015 - 09:56 AM

Hi Flen,


Welcome to Sclero Forums!  We have a series of videos about scleroderma and symptoms and diagnosis, by Amanda Thorpe. You might find them helpful, perhaps be able to tell if your issue is scleroderma-related, or not. 


Please see:  http://www.sclero.or...eos/a-to-z.html


Have you had a chance to see a doctor about your health issues, yet?

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