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What else should I know about Raynaud's phenomenon?

In some rare cases, Raynaud’s phenomenon may suddenly become more severe. This may need urgent attention.

Particular things to watch out for are ulcers on the fingers or toes, or a colour change which doesn’t go away as quickly as usual. These problems are usually very painful.

If you develop one of these symptoms, you should see your doctor or contact your nurse specialist as soon as possible. But these problems are uncommon, and they aren’t usually experienced by people with primary Raynaud’s phenomenon.

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