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  1. Hello Joelf, Thank you for your reply. It’s reassuring to hear that in spite of having scleroderma you and other members are living a perfectly full and active life. I’m a very active person myself and once again jumping to conclusions i’m concerned about the possibility of having to give up gym and physical activity if I were to have scleroderma. I read on a number of websites that most people with the limited systemic form live a full length/expectancy and near normal life, obviously with the aid of a medical team and treatment. Would you suggest that’s co
  2. Hello, I am new to this board and have been reading through posts and learning about scleroderma for a little while now. I think I may have started developing symptoms that point to scleroderma over the past few months. I certainly started noticing more as I read more about the condition and now can’t tell if it’s just anxiety related or if the symptoms were there and I just had not taken much notice of them prior to, or if they have actually just manifested right at the time I was reading into it. Symptoms started with a red spot on my finger that persisted
  3. Hello, I’m sorry to hear of your health troubles and hope you are okay. I have not received a diagnosis but I feel as though I have many symptoms that warrant a follow up with a professional. I wanted to check in to see if you had any further information since your last post?
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