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What does it mean when your feet are cold?

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In brief: Possibilities

If they are actually cold to touch, it could be due to a circulatory disorder. If they feel cold all the time but when you touch them with your hands and they are actually warm, then this can be a symptom of peripheral neuropathy.
Either way, see physician to have this checked out.

In brief: Possibilities

If they are actually cold to touch, it could be due to a circulatory disorder. If they feel cold all the time but when you touch them with your hands and they are actually warm, then this can be a symptom of peripheral neuropathy.
Either way, see physician to have this checked out.
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