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Left foot from ankle down is cold?

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Dr. Howard Fox
Podiatry
1 doctor agrees

In brief: This could be

Vascular (arteries) or neurologic.
Usually, if it's vascular, there is pain too. Autonomic nerves control how much your arteries constrict or dilate, which can cause your foot to be cold (or warm). Either start with your pcp or see a podiatrist.

In brief: This could be

Vascular (arteries) or neurologic.
Usually, if it's vascular, there is pain too. Autonomic nerves control how much your arteries constrict or dilate, which can cause your foot to be cold (or warm). Either start with your pcp or see a podiatrist.
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Dr. Jasen Langley
I would see and get an opinion from a vascular surgeon
Dr. Jeffrey Kahn
Podiatry

In brief: Vascular or nerve

You need to be evaluated by a podiatrist or your physician to determine if you have a circulation or nerve issue.

In brief: Vascular or nerve

You need to be evaluated by a podiatrist or your physician to determine if you have a circulation or nerve issue.
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