My father is 72 and has been having a really hard time dealing with numbing (he describes it feeling like frostbite), swelling and dark red coloring in his feet. He is very active and this condition is very painful and aggravating as he is in alot of pain. His general practice doctor has sent him to a neurologist and a podiatrist and both say that his pulse is strong so neither can offer any explanation. He is on blood pressure medicine but his general practice doctor says these are not causing these symptoms. Any suggestions?Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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