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What could be reason that my hands are and feet always cold?

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In brief: Nerve or blood flow

If actually cold, could be a vascular disorder such as raynauds disease.
If feel cold but skin is actually warm to touch, it could be peripheral neuropathy. See your physician.

In brief: Nerve or blood flow

If actually cold, could be a vascular disorder such as raynauds disease.
If feel cold but skin is actually warm to touch, it could be peripheral neuropathy. See your physician.
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