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APS~ POTS {Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome} with migraine, memory loss, balance trouble, livedo reticularis (photo), Raynaud's, autoimmune condition, family history of clots or autoimmune disease, should be tested for APS. Even without these manifestations, visit your Dysautonomia doctor & discuss being tested. APS is serious, but manageable, be proactive. This is a link to Hugh's Syndrome/APS information


Livedo reticularis in Lupus, related: arthritis, fibromyalgia & Sjögren’s syndrome. I never knew this was related. I've always had it.

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Livedo Reticularis & Rheumatoid Arthritis: Nothing Rash about It

Livedo Reticularis & Rheumatoid Arthritis: Nothing Rash about It Ive had Rheumatoid Arthritis, Diabetic Neuropathy,and Fibromyalgia for over TEN years, and have also had THIS undiagnosed for even longer... Im calling to get a new Rheumatologist and dermotologist STAT....

Livedo reticularis - Mayo Clinic. Livedo reticularis is a vascular condition characterized by a mottled, purplish discoloration of the skin, usually on the legs. It may be aggravated by cold exposure.