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Contact your doctor if your Raynaud's is severe or causing complications such as infections, wounds that are slow to heal, or other bothersome symptoms.
Most people with Raynaud's find it an annoyance, but in about 90 percent of cases, there is no serious associated disease or condition.
Anyone with a rheumatic disease associated with Raynaud's, such as lupus or scleroderma, should have regular follow-up with a physician.
Remember, most people with Raynaud's have no associated illness; for them, it is an annoyance but nothing serious.
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