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Remedies For Poor Toe Circulation
Yes: It can be due to inadequate to circulation to the hands and/or feet, and the darkening or bluish color indicate inadequate oxygen supply to fingers and toes. Cyanosis can also point to other medical conditions, such as heart and/or lung issues, or vasospastic disease such as raynaud's. If the dark you are referring to is black, that might suggest gangrene and tissue death. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Tremors: There are many causes for "shaky" hands from parkinson's disease to hyperthyroidism. Poor circulations as well has many causes such as burger's disease or diabetes. If, at 48 , you are having tremors and/or concerned with poor circulation then you should have your primary care physician evaluate it. ...Read more
Tremors and poor cir: Circulation. Sounds like.... You might need to see a doctor or even a vascular specialist. Ask your doctor. The tremors can be from a brain lesion or parkinsons. ...Read more
What might cause toes to curl up and seize during sleep, or when horizontal. May be accompanied by numbness & tingling (poor circulation?)?
Probably not: Toe curling is more often caused by muscle cramping. This is usually from fatigue from poor support or faulty biomechanics. Sometimes dehydration or electrolyte imbalance is to blame. Poor circulation will usually cause pain when active rather than at rest. See your podiatrist for a full evaluation. ...Read more
I have poor circulation in my feet, they turn purple when I'm sitting for 2 mins. Now one of my toes feels different like its getting numb. Why?
Feet numbness: Try to sit in a proper way with your back straight. Increase your activity & eatibg healthy can help. Besides, if you drink caffienated drinks, try to replace with water and other healthier drinks. If persisits, then need to see your PCP. ...Read more
What may be causing me to experience toe numbness? I began experiencing numbness in my toes on my right foot when i awoke yesterday, I am still experiencing it with what feels like poor circulation in my leg.
Two separate problem: Poor circulation should always be followed up by a vasc doctor. There are many reasons for possible neuropathy including but not limited to system disease, nerve compression, vitamin deficiency, side effects of medications or medical treatments. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have pcos & my blood circulation is really bad my toes hurt, and I have really bad water retention very fatigue what natural remedies cld u suggest?
Please see your Dr.: Although weight gain may be part of pcos, fatigue and severe leg swelling usually are not. You need a full physical examination and maybe some labwork to get the right diagnosis first. Then proper treatment can be determined. Please see your doctor as soon as possible. ...Read more
What is the best treatment option for a 90 year old with a slightly fractured tibia, who also has problems healing wounds and poor circulation?
Should i be concerned if my mom has leg ulcers from poor circulation. Would fibracol be good for treatment?
Decreased blood flow: For older patients peripheral vascular disease is the most common cause. Other factors that can decrease blood flow to the toes would be smoking and exposure to cold. In younger patients, especially women, raynaud's disease can cause blue toes when there is exposure to cold temperatures. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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