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What is the outlook for Raynaud's phenomenon?

Most people with Raynaud’s phenomenon will always have the condition. But if there’s an underlying cause of the condition, then it’s sometimes possible to remove or treat this.

For example, Raynaud’s caused by taking beta-blocker tablets can be ‘cured’ by stopping this medication. However, you must ask your doctor before stopping any regular medication.

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