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A 34-year-old male asked:

My concern lies with my feet being constantly cold. they are cold to the point of being painful even when it is hot. my leg pain is mostly situated in my knee that i have had surgery on and occasional cramps in my calf muscles. ?

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Dr. Donald Colantino
Internal Medicine 61 years experience
Cold feet: Cold feet may be a chronic complaint for some healthy people or may be due to underactive thyroid, anemia, anticoagulants(in some patients), arterial blockages in the legs, beta blocker medications, Calcium or magnesium deficiency may cause muscular cramps. Chronic knee symptoms are best evaluated by your orthopedic surgeon and may have something to do with your calf cramps.

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Last updated Sep 6, 2019

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