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miles2go
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The tops of my feet are ice cold, so cold they hurt unless I'm wearing thick socks. Is that caused by Babesia or Bart?
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i have the same except it is mainly my right foot and especially my right hand...sometimes it goes away when i supplement with lugols iodine. So im wondering if its thyroid related? Really not sure, all my thyroid tests come back fine...try lugols 2%
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I was told it is Bart. I get it in my hands in th winter, too. Impossible to warm them up!
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This is fascinating to me! This has been one of my symtoms that does not resolve! It's cold all the way up to my knees and my feet are so cold they're painful... I've had a lower extremity doppler from a cardiologist and the circulation is fine, all thyroid tests are fine. I was diagnosed with bartonella so I guess thats the cause. In the book "Insights into Lyme Disease" Dr M talks about how a lot of her bartonella patients present with this.
Anybody else have any input on this??

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my feet feel so cold they feel hot, which sounds weird, they feel like they are burning but when I touch them they are ice cold to the point its painful.
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