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Eric: Pregnancy is a frequent trigger Rochelle: So I now have a long list of autoimmune diseases, darn it! It takes a Cryo patient a lot to learn how to prepare for dressing in layers Ed Moderator: Rochelle..must have really adapted your lifestyle to this particular aspect of the disease. I keep emergency stashes of socks, gloves and blankets with me everywhere I go. Rochelle: I see, so even though the same underlying cause for the process is there, those 3 conditions exist? Eric: Yes, and in some patients we see only Reynaud’s, in others Cryo. Ed Moderator: Rochelle, Eric...about the treatments... I assume typical meds often for vascultiis patients Dr. Rochelle, was the onset after your first pregnancy or the second? My list of diseases is this: Graves (remission), aortic insufficiency, migraines, IBS, dermatographism, endometriosis, intercystial cystitis, cryo, urticaria's, Ed Moderator: stunning, Rochelle! Rochelle: I, was actually a Vet Tech for many years but you'd be amazed at how that translates into the human field.

Eric Hoy: Immunologist Online Resources: Cryoglobulinemia: Cryoglobulinemia Facebook Page: _____________________________________________________________________________ Ed Moderator: There she is.... Peter: Hello Rochelle Ed Moderator: Welcome to our chat Rochelle Rochelle: Hello, Dr. I think I read from a prior chat that you are an immunologist?

My name is Rochelle Ray, Director of Cryoglobulimia Vasculitis Organization Ed Moderator: and we have peter from Australia , Bernie from Washington State.

This post is my little attempt at clearing up some of the misconceptions regarding the Arab/American marriages.

Perhaps I should clarify a bit; my husband is not only an Arab, but he’s a bedoin (desert) Arab.

Many people have asked me what it’s like being an American woman married to an Arab man.

Some even ‘warned’ me before making the decision to get married.

Ed Moderator: There will be pan patients who read this and say they have reaction to cold. Eric: Yes, it's a blood test, and can be done along with all the other tests without any trouble. I have travelled all over the US and that seems to be where I think I can live both $ and temp. Ed Moderator: Well, Rochelle this has been a hugely informative chat.