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  1. Hello, I was diagnosed with localized morphea in 2014. I was initially diagnosed by a dermatologist, and given a topical steroid cream. She did not seem the least bit concerned, not taking any photos or scheduling follow up appointments. Knowing nothing about the disease, I simply mirrored the same low-level of concern. Two years passed and my condition worsened. Lesions spread all down my thigh, my calve, and wrapping around to the backside of my leg. Growing concerned, I decided to see a dermatology specialist in Philadelphia. I told her about the progression, showing pict
  2. Hi all, Two years ago I had my first Raynaud's attack, I must say it's been pretty mild so far. Soon after that I was diagnosed with Hashimoto's disease, and lately I have been having numb hands and feet at nights with severe night sweats so I went to see the doctor. My rheumatologist did several tests and the results for kidneys liver etc is fine, also no inflammation. However my previously negative ANA became positive. After this I had a nailfold capillaroscopy which was good, not abnormal result. Since I have been having a lot of symptoms I was wondering if anybody with primary Raynaud
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