TIFU by showering in lukewarm water for a whole year

No. I think I exaggerated it quite a bit in the post though. It only gets purple when it's really cold outside, or if I plunge my hands into literal freezing water. Otherwise they are colder than the rest of my body, but do not change in colour. Idk, maybe it's because I press my upper hands against the table literally all day as I game and it blocks blood from reaching my hands, or just in general holding them up as I'm doing right now typing this while laying down. I try doing exercises for it daily but I keep forgetting.

Also, I like how people on Reddit just instantly diagnose you, very bold. How can you be 100% certain that it's Reynaud's based on one sentence?

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