Discussion in 'Other Symptoms' started by Sly Saint, Dec 9, 2020.
A complete muddle.
I thought it was just common, full stop.
I wonder if this is what my S-I-L has? Her feet are always blue and she has FM.
It is all much more complicated. Raynaud's is reasonably common but I doubt it has any link FM or ME.
A much commoner reason for blue feet is called acrocyanosis - which gets little attention because it does not matter. There is also perniosis or chilblains, and other things. The document is very confused.
I got the cold feet symptom a few times during my earlier years of ME. When I say cold, I do mean cold. Distinctly and abnormally chilly to the touch, including other people's touch. In the middle of a humid tropical summer.
No idea of its role in anything, but it did occur at the times I was getting the worst of the night sweats and hot-cold flushes.
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