Does anyone here have Secondary Raynauds? The more severe case of typical Raynauds? My husband was diagnosed at the beginning of May after spending 8 days in the hospital, 4 of which he was in a medically induced coma in ICU after collapsing from chest pains and trouble breathing. In those 8 days doctors could not understand what was happening. Every test came back fine but yet he was still having problems. He was touch and go for a while. On the 8th day he was in there, the doc had diagnosed him with Raynauds Phenomenon, but the Secondary type. This affects his blood vessels and arteries to his heart/lungs and brain. Caffeine is the biggest trigger. He has been unable to work since then and is on a ton of medicine. If he skips a pill hes in for trouble. He starts slurring his words, he can barely walk at times and has chest pains. Although chest pains can come out of no where. And stress is a big trigger. Not to mention the COLD! HOW does everyone deal with the cold. ? Air conditioning is terrible for my husband. He has a bad attack when its too much air. He starts shaking, slurred speech, cant walk, chest pains and weakness. We have to get him in warm air ASAP and his meds! Any help or advice or help would be appreciated!