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Why are my feet always cold?
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An obvious answer is that you aren't wearing proper socks and shoes and it's winter out right now.
You may have circulation issues, thyroid problems, nerve conduction issues, etc. This one is too tough to answer without more details.

In brief: Let's see...
An obvious answer is that you aren't wearing proper socks and shoes and it's winter out right now.
You may have circulation issues, thyroid problems, nerve conduction issues, etc. This one is too tough to answer without more details.
Dr. David Hettinger
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Dr. John Weeks
Family Medicine
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Many factors could contribute to cold feet: poor circulation, caffeine, nicotine, obesity, reynaud's phenomenon, or just living in connecticut in the winter!

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Many factors could contribute to cold feet: poor circulation, caffeine, nicotine, obesity, reynaud's phenomenon, or just living in connecticut in the winter!
Dr. John Weeks
Dr. John Weeks
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