I was just dx'd with Raynaud's, as a secondary condition to a neurological disorder of uncertain epidology. I suspect that I have had this problem, for a very long time. We always joked about me having "poor circulation"...and it turns out not to be a joke. In the past months, I have had several "new" problems pop out of the woodwork, and am still making adjustments in my life. I've become quite familiar with Raynaud's, and it is a bit scary. I am grateful for this website...many people have been a great support system for me and my family. Hope y'all are feeling good today! Julie in NC
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