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Why Are My Hands, Feet Always Cold?

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Question: My hands and feet are always cold, even during warm weather. What could be causing this?
 
Dr. Hibberd's answer:
 
Cool hands and feet can be normal when not associated with pain, numbness, or skin changes. Cold hands and feet may also be from an underlying condition that affects the circulation in cool peripheral areas.
 
These can include a blood vessel disease, hypothyroidism, cold agglutinins, and conditions associated with Raynaud’s disease, to name several common causes. See your doctor for an evaluation for the presence of any circulatory, immune, or other disorder that may be causing these problems for you.

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