What Causes Legs and Feet to Turn Purple?


Cold, bluish-purple feet can indicate poor circulation, the medical name for which is cyanosis. When cyanosis develops because of poor circulation, it typically results from an underlying medical condition such as heart disease or congestive heart failure.Other potential causes include abnormal hemoglobin levels, blood clots, toxins such as cyanide and various lung conditions that affect how blood becomes oxygenated. It is advisable to see the doctor.
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