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acrocyanosis in POTS/EDS

Discussion in 'Problems Standing: Orthostatic Intolerance; POTS' started by Allyson, Jun 8, 2014.

  1. Allyson

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    If you count brown rather than red-blue, then yes, my feet look like that. Given that brown is kind of a red-blue, it does make me wonder. I definitely don't have POTS though ... mine could more properly be called POBS, with T replaced by bradycardia. Indeed that is what a lot of NMH is.
     
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    if you are looking for another name for this, I was diagnosed with livedo reticularis for purple/red mottled appearance of feet/legs (it also appears on my forearms).
     

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