The Soles Of The Feet Turn Blue And Don’t Hurt?
On Sunday, all of a sudden my feet turned blue but when they were held they did not feel skittish. What causes my feet to turn blue ??
Thank you for the question.
Bluish feet do not always indicate a disease. This can occur naturally due to dilated veins, for example when your feet are in contact with hot objects or pads. It could also, this condition indicates a lack of smooth blood flow in your feet, for example due to the use of shoes or pants that are too narrow also to sit bending the legs for a long time. If there are no other complaints such as pain, swelling, weakness, history of injury, spasms, palpitations, and signs of abnormal bleeding (for example, easy bruising, bleeding gums, recurrent nosebleeds, reddish skin rashes) that you experience, your condition may not be dangerous and no need to also get special handling.
You need to be vigilant if the blue of your feet appears along with other complaints as mentioned above. If this is the condition, it could be, this blue color is a sign of a disease, such as heart problems, anemia, hemophilia, leukemia, skin infections, deep vein thrombosis, and many other medical conditions. To be clear, you are advised to consult a doctor directly if you find this condition.
In the meantime, to avoid similar conditions from recurring, you should:
Get more rest
Do not use pants and footwear that are too narrow
Don't sit or bend your legs for too long
Do not carelessly massage bluish feet
Avoid activities that are at risk of causing foot injury
Hope this helps ...