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Comment from: Petunia2, Female (Patient) Published: February 09

I don't know yet what causes my cold hands and feet. It is different in that my feet and hands get extremely cold sensation and I can be sitting in my warm house. Sometimes they are cold in the warmer months as well. I am not diabetic, I believe I have some underlying vascular disorder. I have noticed some changes in my nails, nail color and nail shape.

Comment from: jack callan, 35-44 Male (Patient) Published: December 23

I am diabetic, not fat. It just runs in the family and I have suffered from cold feet for years. My wife got me natural wool socks somewhere from Europe. I thought it was a joke. Now, I cannot sleep without them and whenever I am at home I wear these socks to keep me warm. Since then I passed on the gift to other cold-feet sufferers. The socks are called Mr. Woolly Socks, and you can get them online.

Comment from: MARY RUPE, 45-54 Female (Patient) Published: March 28

I experienced cold hands and feet after gastric bypass surgery. I was told this might happen, so I'm not worried.

Comment from: Mary, 65-74 Female Published: January 04

My hands and feet are cold all the time even on warm days both in and out doors.

Comment from: MaXi, 35-44 Female (Patient) Published: December 05

I've always had cold hands and feet, I'm not aware of any particular cause. At times when using cold water my fingers become numb in parts.

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