Cold feet: Baby aspirin is helping with circulation
I saw the podiatrist for my cold feet which are warm to the touch, yet feel extremely cold and painful. He didn't know why unless the small veins are getting smaller and this results in circulation problem. He said there was a drug that would cause the blood to be able to get thru the small veins, but as a podiatrist, he wasn't comfortable presribing it. So, I left with no answer. I thought about going to a vein doctor or my regular Dr. However, I had an appt with my skin Dr a few days later and I mentioned this to him. He suggested I try a baby aspirin saying this acts as a blood thinner and this may help the small veins circulation. Thankfully, it has. My feet are much better after only a week.