BMJ Group Medical Reference
Raynaud's phenomenon is quite common.
Between 3 in 100 and 5 in 100 people have it and it is much more common in places with cold weather. Women are slightly more likely to be affected than men.
Most people with Raynaud's start to have attacks when they are teenagers.
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