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Dupuytrens and Raynaud's
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03/08/18 14:19
Julia 
03/08/18 14:19
Julia 
Re: Dupuytrens and Raynaud's

Hi I have Dupuytrens and Raynauds.
Absolutely sure they are linked although my doctor is dismissive

03/08/18 17:40
Jaekry 
03/08/18 17:40
Jaekry 
Re: Dupuytrens and Raynaud's

Julia:
Hi I have Dupuytrens and Raynauds.
Absolutely sure they are linked although my doctor is dismissive
I thinke the reduced bloodflow and oxygen might not help DD but i am not sure it's linked tissue/disorder wise.

03/09/18 23:59
Londongayle 
03/09/18 23:59
Londongayle 
Re: Dupuytrens and Raynaud's

I also have both. There’s a lot of Reynards in my family but I’m the only one with Dupuytrens.

03/11/18 08:49
Jaekry 
03/11/18 08:49
Jaekry 
Re: Dupuytrens and Raynaud's

06/16/18 05:05
GailSusan 
06/16/18 05:05
GailSusan 
Re: Dupuytrens and Raynaud's

I have both as well.

07/08/20 13:08
KateG 
07/08/20 13:08
KateG 
Re: Dupuytrens and Raynaud's

During this current winter, I have developed Raynauds in a couple of toes and fingers. At the same time, I have just been diagnosed with Dupuytrens in my left hand.
It can’t be a coincidence!

07/14/20 06:04
DougJ 
07/14/20 06:04
DougJ 
Re: Dupuytrens and Raynaud's

I developed Raynaud’s a few years before Dupuytren’s. It’s tempting for those of us with both to think that there must be an association, but apparently 4% of the population has Raynaud’s so there are bound to be a number Raynaud’s sufferers on this forum even if there is no association. Has anyone out there seen anything in the literature that confirms an association?

07/14/20 22:19
SushiGirl53 
07/14/20 22:19
SushiGirl53 
Re: Dupuytrens and Raynaud's

I just found and joined this group today (7/14/2020). I am a 67 y.o. female and I have had Raynaud's for some years, now. I'm guessing that I first began noticing symptoms back in the mid-late '90s, maybe. I have also recently begun to show signs of Dupuytren's as well. I have relatively small nodules in both hands, with my right being more pronounced than my left. There is no contracture as yet, though.

My father had DC in his left hand, with contracture, back in the late '90s. He had surgery that helped, but he told me later that he could tell that it was beginning to come back. He passed away in 2004. He never mentioned having anything that could be called Raynaud's; although i suppose he could have had it without noticing or telling me of it.

A few years ago, my brother told me that he has Raynaud's. He hasn't mentioned anything to me about having anything resembling Dupuytren's, though. So, I will ask him about it and see if he also has both, since I apparently do.

Thank you for this discussion topic about these two maladies possibly being related. I had never thought of them being connected until I read this post here. I guess I'll have to talk with my doctor about it and see if he knows anything about either of these conditions and if they are related.

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