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Tingling feet with permanent tan. Do i have fibromyalgia ?

I have tingling in my feet and it looks like my knees and feet (ankles down) have a permanent tan. Both legs swell during the day but stop at the sock line. I have worn compression knee highs prescribed by a doctor , but my calves had waves of chills while wearing them. need to know if this is part of having fibromyalgia , I have had other blood tests that indicate that I have a mild autoimmune disease. also have a positive fibrin split products with a normal d-dimer . I am a female, 48 yrs old, I have also had a leg doppler-negative,
Asked On : Thu, 19 May 2011
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hi ,
d-dimer is negative then no chances of DVT.use stocks while long standing and walking. Take panchakarma which will be very useful in this conditions.Also take ayurvedic medication like Punarnavadi kashay 2tsf twice with warm water. Also liches application by expert will also help you give your detail report on
Answered: Thu, 19 May 2011
Dermatologist Dr. Gaurav Patel's  Response
in fibromyalgia auto immunity play major role.
pigmentation over leg are due to it.
but it is in deep layer of skin ,so chance of reverse of normal color is less.
u need to apply good moisturizer cream and skin lighting cream.
drink more water and avoid direct sun exposure
Answered: Thu, 19 May 2011
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