Raynaud's phenomenon is often the first sign of the scleroderma disease process. With this condition, small blood vessels constrict in the fingers, toes, ears, and sometimes even the nose.
Attacks of Raynaud's phenomenon can occur several times a day, and are often brought on or worsened by exposure to cold. Warmth relieves these attacks. In severe cases, attacks can develop regardless of the temperature. Severe cases may also cause open sores or...Read more
Although it's difficult to diagnose, kids can get asthma too. Since infants can't communicate they are having trouble breathing, it's up... Read more »