What Is The Reason For Cold Hands And FeeT?

May be normal. peripheral vasoconstriction (blood vessels get narrow) due to cold weather may be the reason. May not be a problem.

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What causes you to have cold hands and feet all the time?

Common sensation. But usually nothing is found. The things we worry about are circulatory and nerve problems. Rarely is this a presenting problem of endocrine or rheumatologic disease. To be honest the VAST majority of patients with this complaint have no significant finding to suggest anything wrong with them. Read more...

What are possible reasons for always having cold hands and feet?

Cold feet and hands. Pernio is caused by exposure to cold for a long period of time without freezing or by very wet conditions. Raynauds syndrome is an abnormal narrowing of the blood vessels with cooling of the fingers or toes. Cryoglobulins are proteins, which are normally dissolved in the blood, that become solids or gels when cold. These are some causes of cold hands and feet. Read more...

Can MS cause very cold hands and feet?

MS symptoms. Multiple sclerosis can cause a host of symptoms, including cold hands and feet. However, there are other causes of these symptoms as well such as Raynaud's Phenomenon/disease and sometimes it just happens and there is not a problem causing it! You should visit your primary care physician to discuss these symptoms. Read more...

What makes you get cold hands and feet even when it's very warm in the room?

Cold feet and hands. Pernio is caused by exposure to cold for a long period of time without freezing or by very wet conditions. Raynauds syndrome is an abnormal narrowing of the blood vessels with cooling of the fingers or toes. Cryoglobulins are proteins, which are normally dissolved in the blood, that become solids or gels when cold. These are some causes of cold hands and feet. Read more...

I've always had cold hands and feet. Why does this happena and what can I do to prevent it?

Probably normal. It's probably normal but could be a sign of raynaud's disease which is associated with multiple rheumatological diseases. I would talk about it with your pcp or rheumatologist. Read more...

During the winter months I get bad cold hands and feet. What can cause it? And what can I do for it

Vascular condition. You might have a condition called raynaud's disease, where cold can cause blood vessels in the fingers, toes, ears, and nose to constrict. There might be some slight bluish discoloration. You should have a discussion with your doctor about this or other possibilities. Read more...