Many people who have clicked on this article likely don’t even know what Raynaud’s Phenomenon is. And that’s okay – it’s a semi regular problem (it’s estimated that up to 10% of people deal with it), and it’s not incredibly dangerous, but it is something that you want to keep an eye on, especially if you are fighting off the symptoms and flares that come with fibromyalgia.
my journey began in 2013..no "official diagnosis BUT all the signs are there!!--In 1976 I started developing Raynaud's phenomonem which I now know was my first symptom of Scleroderma. Although people can have raynaud's with out having scleroderma most scleroderma patients have raynaud's and it tends to be the first symptom they experience.