Why would my left foot be so cold all the time?! I have no other symptoms anywhere else in my body (no pain, no rashes, no fever, etc), just a really ice cold left foot, especially my toes. It doesn't matter what socks/shoes/boots or barefoot. In bed or sitting up, walking, it doesn't matter. I'm an outdoorsman, so I know all about avoiding cotton, keeping feet dry, allowing plenty of room for circulation, etc. Any ideas?Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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