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Brown spots under feet, cold feet. Thyroid removed through surgery. Cause of worry?

I have brown spots on the bottom of my feet ... they dont hurt and i have notice them several years ago.. my feet are always cold and i dont know if i have poor blood cirulation.. I have been checked for a transmitted diseasess and im ok.. i havent slept with a man over 9 years.. im gay.. i will be 35 sat.. and the only thing i have had was my thyroids removed, i dont have surgar., which i was tested for and i once had a doctor along time ago to look at it... t has always concerned me..
Asked On : Mon, 4 Mar 2013
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Hi ,
Brown spots are not a cause of worry if you are not a smoker and if you do not have any symptoms of peripheral vascular disease like pain while walking.It might be due to faulty foot wear or due to occupational hazard.Kindly check your thyroid levels to see if you are euthyroid .
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Answered: Thu, 1 Aug 2013
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