As many of you could tell in my previous post I am searching for answers on whether I am experiencing Raynauds or not.
One of the problems is that my issue is much, much worse for my feet than my hands and its much more of a problem with my soles than my toes.
The majority of pain and discomfort I have is in my soles and not my toes, although my toes do experience pain from time to time.
For those of you with Raynauds in your feet-is it your toes or your soles that are most affected?
The pain on my soles can be almost unbearable. Still no obvious color changes except for some deep red at times.
I do notice there are times when my soles/entire bottom of foot can look yellow (sometimes when very cold), but once again I compare to my husband and his soles can look yellow at times too. And there are times when my soles look yellow and they arenât coldâ¦so this isnt quite helpful to me.
I have yet to experience any obvious white or purple/blue/black color that the many doctors I have been too keep telling me about. They continue to tell me that I will know the color change when I see it as it is very obvious.
So far just great pain/cold intolerance that is mainly in soles of feet.
I just saw my 3rd Primary Care Physician last week (total of 12 doctors so far) and she is wondering if perhaps I suffered some sort of nerve injury (those 2 weeks of intense pain that felt like my nerves were being stripped) and is hoping that it will burn itself out in time. Sounds good to me, but right now I just dont know what to think.
Any input about your feet experiences would be most helpful.