I had never heard of Raynauds til I was told I had it,about 4 years ago i was 36 when I got it,
I went away for a weekend and for no reason 3 of my fingers on my left hand looked like they had died I rushed to hospital thought I was dying,
they said it was raynauds and to see my own GP so I went to doctors they gave me some medication called Nifedipine and that's it end of,
no explanation as to what it was or why or how I got it .
But its getting worse I am having 4 or more attacks a day. For the past few months my tongue has started to go numb and about a quarter of it goes white I told my Doctor and all they said was it does not affect the tongue. I also have had a really bad infection in my finger that caused a nerve to become exposed, and needed hospital treatment but again no explanation as to why this is happening I even asked about having the A.N.A blood test but my doctor said I had already had 1 and it was negative, and no explanation as to what a negative test means,