hi does anybody get cold feet(no not getting married either) lol my feet from the tip of my toes back about 4 inches are cold i can't get them warm for some reason I have been herxing but have never had this before, waiting for my llmd to call me back on this one I did go to my fam doc and she wants to do a now i forgot what you call it. its where they put the gel on my lower legs and see if my veins are ok but I told her to wait for my llmd to call me back first. please let me know if you have had this thanks
My feet and hands are freezing, but usually feet. They are so cold right now. I put thick socks on, they burn, but they don't get warmer. I have to immerse them in warm water. hot wather makes them burn and hurt. I have alot of neuropathy issues in my feet.
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