I first started getting symptoms on Christmas Eve, my finger tips went numb for a few minutes and then they were fine. After that I started getting regular attacks until it was happening almost every day and I was then diagnosed with Raynauds. My doctor put me on Nifepidine which seems to be helping with the frequency of the attacks but they still happen. My question is this, is Raynauds known to be a condition that develops very quickly? I now have really dry hands, cracks in between my fingers that itch and my once beautiful nails are now flaking and splitting. My feet are also now showing signs of attacks. I am not sure if I have primary or secondary RAynauds, I have Fibromyalgia and I believe the two often go hand in hand but I don't know if this would then be classed as secondary Raynauds? My question is this, this condition seems to have come on incredibly quickly, is this often the case?
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