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  1. Thank you all for your input, I am a tad surprised no one else had burning, redness, tanning then peeling, before major organ involvement; that was my first symptom of the oncoming renal failure, followed by high blood pressure, vomiting and itching etc. Scleroderma is indeed a tricky illness! The burning face mystery has been solved; my doctor asked me a series of questions like, "have you changed your diet, washing soap, new tablets (vitamins) etc". then it hit me. One thing that did change happened a week earlier; the light globes in my lounge and bedroom blew out. I live in a
  2. Thank you all for taking the time out to reply to my post. My face is still burning it's so uncomfortable, it's hot and the skin is reddish, no sign of tightening as yet. Why I thought it could be scleroderma, I lost my kidneys to scleroderma a few years back and ended up on dialysis, but prior to the renal failure diagnosis my whole abdomen was burning, skin was reddish and hot: it stayed like that for a short time and then it went tanned, then finally the skin just peeled off. It was literally like a sunburn,by the time I got to see the specialist it was too late and the damage w
  3. Hi everyone, I have diffuse scleroderma and I am experiencing a new symptom that I haven't experienced before. My face is burning non stop and the only relief I get is with a wet face washer on my face. I have no sores or pimples, but have a couple of blisters on my skin and lip. Can anyone enlighten me as to whether this is a typical symptom of scleroderma? (Been diagnosed for 10 years and not had this before) Thanks and would appreciate any input from others.
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