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Does the consumption of THC have anything to do with blue rubber bleb nevus?

I was diagnosed with blue rubber bleb nevus syndrome a few years ago (19 years old now).
I haven't consumed THC for 3 and a half months now. Since then I observed that new blue points appeared on my skin and I can "feel" some that I can't see yet. Also, I have an awkward spasm sensation all over my body. I am pretty sure that this sensation isn't really caused by muscles, but blood vessels.
Are there any chances that THC may somehow slow down the effects of this disease?
I am asking because this is the first time when I notice an evolution like this in such a short period of time. At first, I thought it is just a " temporary phase" until my body "gets back to normal", but it seems to go on.
P.S. : Unfortunately, doctors in my country don't know too much about this disease and I can't find too much information on the internet either, which makes this pretty scary and stressful.
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