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Okay. So you have thickened skin with Raynaud's but no heartburn, white deposits under the skin or little red spots. It's possible you have sclerodactyly (thickened skin on the fingers that can develop in anyone with severe or longstanding Raynaud's) but if your skin thickening is NOT just limited to the fingers -- that is if it extends over the back of your hands, forearms or other areas of skin -- it is possible you have scleroderma (also called progressive systemic sclerosis, or PSS).

Anyone with these features of CREST or scleroderma should see a physician for evaluation, so contact your doctor about these symptoms.

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