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cold fingers and toes

I am 58 years old and recently diagnosed with diabetes type 2. In the last month or so my fingers and toes seem to freeze and turn yellowish or white. After massaging or rubbing the condition goes away. Happens to my fingers when I wash dishes with cold water, am exposed to the cold. I am taking quite a few medications for the diabetes and this only started since then. Is there some kind of remedy for this? Told my doctor about it but he had no answer.
 
  tonye on 2006-12-10
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
what medicines are you taking for your diabetes.

if the symptoms have started because of the medication, its not possible to cure it through homoeopathy.
 
rishimba last decade
Glyb/Metform 5/500 for Diabetes
Crestor for cholesterol
Atacand for HBP
Actos
These have been prescribed by the doctor.
Thanks for your answer
 
tonye last decade
you need to keep your fingers and toes a bit warmer and see if that helps - also exercise/move fingers and toes when sitting still. this complaint can be common with diabetes due to circulation problems.
 
erika last decade

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