Here are 10 symptoms of scleroderma and what they mean, according to the Scleroderma Foundation.
1. Acid reflux
Acid reflux refers to stomach acid that returns back into the digestive track and ends up irritating the esophagus. It can be distressing and can cause other problems.
As Nicola Whitehill, a scleroderma patient and columnist, describes in one column, among her biggest current challenges is managing her GI tract activity. Here’s how a “personal eureka moment” helped her in the process.