My left foot and knee and leg are often cold (very cold even in hot weather) and and sometimes the right ones feel cold, less severe though, too. I had done many kinds of tests, MRI on head and spine, bone scan,cardio etc and no doctor could get me a clue. They did look at my foot leg and arms and did not think I have poor circulation. In the past 10 years I had done two cardio tests on the heart and the doctor said my heart works great and has no issue at all.
I did some self evaluation per some websites and found the only symptoms of poor circulation that I have are the cold feet, leg, knee and arm.
Now I want to confirm if I have poor curculation on the foot, leg, around knees and (left) arm. Which doctor I need to go to and what kind of tests should I do? In case I do have sort of poor circulation how can I heal it?
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