I have had Raynauds (primary) for 24 years, I was diagnosed at 12. For the last 2 weeks, I have had pains, numbness, tingling in my feet mostly, but also hands and thighs, that are separate to my Raynauds or any attacks. These aren't chronic but come and go. I feel like I am walking on numb feet constantly though. I had one night of constant pain the soles of my feet; my feet looked inflamed, the small veins in the side of my feet had become very prominent, like they were going to burst through the skin.
During this time my Raynauds has gone a bit haywire, with more frequent attacks and different symptoms.
I have been told it is to do with my Raynauds, and referred to a Rheumatologist,
Has anyone experienced this type of thing? Is it like a complication of Raynauds, or a feature of some people's Raynauds, to get pain and numbness when you are not having an attack?