I am writing this for my father who is 74 years old and has been to several
doctors for numbness/tingling/pain and cyanotic toes. All of the doctors have been unable to diagnose or help him with this problem. He is not
diabetic, his dopplers have come back normal and his pulses are good. All of the doctors have informed him that this is nothing to worry about. The condition is worsening and becoming increasingly more painful w/increased discoloration. My father is still very active and ambulatory. Does anyone know what this could be from, what dr to see and if there is anything out there that can help him with the constant pain?
Thanks so much feedback would be much appreciated.
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