Raynaud’s Awareness Month February 1st – 27th February 2022

Along our journey, we want to share and try to help spread further awareness of matters concerning health. The reason why we like to do this is that our Dad was hospitalised in September 2016 diagnosed with a rare and life-threatening heart condition: Infective Endocarditis (we have topics on Infective Endocarditis and Infective Endocarditis and Blindness). We had never heard of this condition before. It was a very scary, unsettling challenging times for us.

Raynaud’s Disease is a condition that I (Tara) had been diagnosed with many years ago…

Please see Raynaud’s Awareness Month February 1st – 27th February 2022 which covers:

  1. Introduction
  2. Illustrative examples: Raynaud’s Awareness Month February 1st – 27th February 2022
  3. Raynaud’s Awareness Month February 1st – 27th February 2022
  4. Our final thoughts/Our YouTube Channel

© Copyright 2019 Grief Probate Journey Blog *PLEASE NOTE THIS INFORMATION IS SOURCED FROM UK and AMERICAN WEBSITES* It is also based on our own experience. *We are not experts in this field, we are speaking purely on our own experience with information sought from the internet to give further examples. *

1. Introduction

Along our journey, we want to share and try to help spread further awareness of matters concerning health. The reason why we like to do this is that our Dad was hospitalised in September 2016 diagnosed with a rare and life-threatening heart condition: Infective Endocarditis (we have topics on Infective Endocarditis and Infective Endocarditis and Blindness). We had never heard of this condition before. It was a very scary, unsettling challenging times for us.

Raynaud’s Disease is a condition that I (Tara) had been diagnosed with many years ago. When I was first diagnosed, I suffered symptoms quite harshly. I had regular hospital appointments and was provided with heated gloves and heated socks. Over the years it had settled down a bit, but more recently I would say I am starting to notice symptoms more.

My hands and feet will feel so cold and look as though no colour is running through them. I have to wear thermal socks so that my feet keep warm. One year a friend of mine got me a very thoughtful gift. Something that can go into the microwave and warm my hands if they got too cold. It is a gift that I treasure dearly.

Raynaud’s disease is considered a rare condition, therefore it might not be well known, because of this we didn’t hesitate to do this as a topic.

Please see Raynaud’s Awareness Month 2022:

2. Illustrative examples: Raynaud’s Awareness Month February 1st – 27th February 2022

2.1 Raynaud’s Awareness Month 2022 YouTube Video

WeAreSRUK

1.59K subscribers

“If you are experiencing these symptoms – don’t ignore them, take our test and find out more”.

3. Raynaud’s Awareness Month February 1st – 27th February 2022

3.1 Get to #KnowRaynauds for Raynaud’s Awareness Month

February is Raynaud’s Awareness Month

3.2 Raynaud’s Awareness Month | SRUK

“Heart Donate; Menu opener Menu. Raise funds and awareness of Raynaud’s and Scleroderma whilst enjoying your favourite cuppa and good conversation!”

3.3 Raynaud’s Awareness Month – General and Medical Healthcare

(30 Jan 2020) — “February is Raynaud’s Awareness Month and we’re here to raise awareness of Raynaud’s so that you know what the signs and symptoms to look”…

3.4 What is Raynaud’s, what are the symptoms and causes and…v

Raynaud’s Awareness Month starts next week (Feb 1), so we have compiled some information to help you and your loved ones to recognise and combat the”…

4. Our final thoughts/Our YouTube Channel

We hope this might be of use to those who read it.

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