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23yr old with hypertensive T2 FLAIR lesions in left cerebellum


I am a 23 y/o female and recently had an MRI of my head to check for causes of deafness/dizzyness from my right ear. No problems found in my ear canals but 2 "hypertensive T2 FLAIR" lesions 3 -4 mm in size were found in my left cerebellum (with a note* possible developmental venous anomaly) I have been told I have severe Raynaud's as I lose circulation to my fingers and arms extremely often...I have regular aches and cramping in my arms and legs I tire easily and im starting to think im 80 living in a 23yr olds body hahaha.

I dont know how seriously to take this or what my next steps should be... if anyone could let me know that would be great.  
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