I'm having pain in my legs with constant cold feet what could this be?

Possibly circulatory. It is advisable to get it checked out by your podiatrist or family physician.
You need to be . Evaluated in person to determine if there is a vascular issue. A neuropathy would be in the differential diagnosis.

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