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Feet Go Purple When Sitting
When I sit down after standing up for a while, my fingertips and soles of my feet feel warm and my fingertips go numb. Legs go purplish when standing.
Numbness toes/finger: You may have a Vasospastic disease, such as Raynaud's. You might also have a problem with your nerves. Best thing to do would be to get checked out by a local physician, possibly a cardiologist. But you can start with your primary doctor who might send you for some additional testing. ...Read more
Toes on left foot go red when standing in warm weather. Goes away when elevated. Also middle toes tingle.2cm callous on foot near toes
Vascular issue: This is not completely clear. This sounds vascular, and I suspect more likely arterial or venous. Your description does not help clarify the distinction. Things to consider is the fact that you're on estrogen, which can have vascular affects and can't even come what times, but I'm not ready to make that diagnosis. You can ask your position whether this can be related to your Crohn's or the therapy ...Read more
What's causing my legs & knees to turn mottled purple when walking or sitting then returning to normal when laying down?
Venous stasis: You may have stasis of your venous blood in your lower extremities. ...Read more
Feet feels numb/cold each time I'm sitting/standing. Goes away when I walk. Headache when i stand up. Axilla Pain. Varicose Veins or neuropathy?
While sitting my toes turn purple, when i extend my legs while sitting, stand or lie in a horizontal position they return to a normal pink color. ?
Vasospasm: The change in temperature triggers a spasm in the blood vessels supplying your hands and results in the color change. This is usually not dangerous and can be helped by wearing gloves. ...Read more
Why do my feet turn blue/purple while sitting? I have no pain, when i stand up the color returns .
Vascular related: It is plausible that when you stand and walk the musculature system helps blood flow back thru the venous network but when you sit the blood pools in the feet letting it turn the color of venous blood when it pools. It is worth checking out with a vascular doctor. There may not be much to do for it, but it should be checked out anyway. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes...: That's generally how they work. They tend to get warmer with activity and cool down afterward. ...Read more
4 past month feet turning bluish purple when sitting or legs crossed. The left foot not bad. Right real purple. What dr to see? What's going on?
Congestion: Purple is when blood pools in your foot. When sitting the blood hangs down or when you cross your legs you stop the blood flow. Its a vascular issue so you could see a vascular surgeon, there could be a problem in your foot causing the blood pooling so you could see a podiatrist. ...Read more
Toes on left foot get very red and extrmely painful when standing. Redness goes when pressure off foot.Worse in hot weather Ultrasound and xray ok
Blue feet?: Do you have blue feet on a different floor? This almost sounds like a riddle and if so i would answer there is blue paint on the bathroom floor. On a serious note: if the floor is cold - the floor could induce a raynaud's type of phenomenon. People with bad venous problems get something called "dependent rubor", but this is really red or red purple. Blue is usually a color to visit a doc over. ...Read more
Right leg turns in slightly when standing but both feet turn in when sitting or laying down. What causes this?
Leg swelling.: There are many reasons to have leg swelling and it can involve one or both legs. This swelling can be due to underlying medical problems such as heart, lung, liver or kidney disease or it could be due to other problems such as lymphedema, venous insufficiency or venous clots. Infections and trauma can also lead to leg swelling. If you have swelling you should start with a leg venous ultrasound. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Toes go cold&blue/purple when i sit down but return to normal when i stand up/walk for abit. Skin around toes doesn't heal well either.What'stheproblem?
Vasospasm: This is probably due to some degree of cold intolerance causing peripheral vasospasm or vasoconstriction. As you stimulate the peripheral circulation by walking around the circulation to your toes improves. If you have any other concerns about this observation, consult a vascular surgeon who will check your arteries and veins in your lower extremities. ...Read more
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