Attacks of Raynaud phenomenon may be harmless and resolve on their own, especially if you have reversible causes and no underlying serious internal
disease. However, your doctor may suggest ways to manage and treat the disease.
Call your doctor in the following instances:
If you have continuing discoloration of the fingertips or on parts of your arms or legs, or if it appears that
skin breakdown or ulcerations may be present, prompt medical evaluation is needed.
Prevention is the best treatment.
Preventing the arteries from narrowing is the key to living successfully with Raynaud phenomenon.
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