With Raynaud's phenomenon are the drugs associated with treatment addictive? Here is a clip of info I found online:
"Most of the medicines used to treat people with Raynaud's are given to improve blood flow to the extremities. These medicines include calcium channel-blockers, such as:
Calcium channel-blockers help limit the number and severity of attacks in about 2 out of 3 patients with Raynaud's."
I keep gloves with me, avoid to much A/C, keep those tear open packs with me that heat up, avoid stress whenever possible, etc. I was diagnosed over 4 years ago with this. Over this last week I am detoxing from an addiction to Tramadol and do not want to take anything habit forming.
Thank you in advance for your help!