Welcome - Cryoglobulinemia Community
What is Cryoglobulinemia ?
Cryoglobulinemia is a disease defined by the presence of cryoglobulins; which are proteins (also called immunoglobulins or antibodies) that become thick in cold temperatures. This process can restrict blood flow causing damage (vasculitis) to: skin, joints, muscles, nerves and/or organs.
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published 23 days ago
I've been having health problems for the past ten years (my problems started at age 19), recurrent bilateral kidney stones, hepatic and renal colic...
published 7 months ago
I remember making the comment to my aunt one time that cold "hurts". She agreed, but I don't think she really understood how much it really hurts ...
Partners and Patient Groups
RareConnect is a joint venture of EURORDIS and NORD. The following patient groups are official partners of this community.