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one foot colder than other

Discussion in 'Foot Health Forum' started by RSSFeedBot, Jan 30, 2010.

  1. RSSFeedBot

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    Recently my right foot has been noticeably colder than my left for no apparent reason. Should I be concerned? Thankyou

  2. patrickireland

    patrickireland Welcome New Poster

    2 things . Number 1 you should have an ABPI test to see the blood circulation status of your feet, then no.2 have a neuropathic test by a Podiatrist by mono filament 10g or tuning fork. Remember coldness can be a preception rather than a reality. Evidence is key. If all pulses are normal it is probably is neuropathic. Hope this is helpfull. P

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