Step 4: Read and complete the decision guide to learn more about your symptoms.
Okay from your answers so far, you are describing Raynaud's, rash, and joint pain.
The joint pain you have is more important and possibly related to the Raynaud's if it involves the hands and wrists, is worse in the morning, and causes actual swelling.
On the other hand, your symptoms could be coincidental. Rash, joint pain and Raynaud's are all extremely common in the population and might be unrelated.
Because you have several features of rheumatic disease (Raynaud's, rash and joint pain), it is important to see a physician to have these symptoms evaluated further.