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Is It Normal For My Feet To Turn Purple When I Sit
No: Even though this may not be normal it is not necessarily anything to be gravely concerned about. The best way to evaluate this is to have a lower extremity venous ultrasound to make sure you do not have significant venous insufficiency (particularly in the deep venous system). We see bluish discoloration in people who have had clots in the deep veins and then subsequently develop reflux. ...Read moreSee 4 more doctor answers
My feet turn purple when I sit down or have my knees to my chest. My toes will even go white. Should I get this checked out?
Yes, this sounds-: -like Raynaud's symptoms. An internist is a good place to start. ...Read more
I have Joint Hypermobility Synd. My feet turn purple when I sit or if I'm standing too long. Doc said Raynaud's but I thought that happens when cold.?
Further eval needed: Raynauds syndrome is a vascular response , in which, there is constriction of blood vessel, as a response to certain stimuli, not only cold exposure, but also, certain chemical and or sustained vibration,among other things. It could occur as an isolated finding or associated to an underlying connective tissue disorder. Joint hyper mobility or laxity of joints bears no relationship to Raynauds ...Read more
Sometimes when i sit in certain positions or stand in a weird way my feet get a bit purple looking. Goes away as soon as i move, pulses fine ? Thanks
May be okay: Certain position may comprimize terminal vessels to digits causing discoloration. Without pain it may be observed. ...Read more
I have purple toes on both feet for several months. They turn back to pink when I keep my feet up but returns when I stand or sit.
28f I have ist , triglycerides are high 207 my feet turn purple if i sit or stand not on any medication. Should i be concerned? All my drs know
Raynaud's disease: Raynaud's disease is a condition that causes some areas of your body — such as your fingers, toes, the tip of your nose and your ears — to feel numb and cool in response to cold temperatures or stress. In raynaud's disease, smaller arteries that supply blood to your skin narrow, limiting blood circulation to affected areas. Women are more likely to have raynaud's disease. It's also mor. ...Read more
I have a broken leg they told me to keep it up and not to put pressure on it but when i sit down for about 20 to30 minutes my feet gets purple?
That is normal under: The circumstances, due to the decrease in the circulation away from the toes & foot back towards the heart, due to the injury. This will get better over the next few weeks. For your own good, do not put your foot or leg hanging down, as it'll get swollen and change color, like your experiencing. Keep it elevated as much as possible. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer