... constantly freezing?
First off... don't panic ! I'm sure you are frustrated if you have been told that there is nothing wrong or it's anxiety/depression.
I believe you.
Symptoms some times are overwhelming but symptoms are the body's way of telling you something is wrong.
Here are the possibilities:
Treatment depends on the cause.
Make sure your doctor has done all the appropriate labs. I'm not talking about just the screening labs, but the thorough investigative ones.
Freezing is caused by a metabolic disease, decreased circulation to the tissue, or the oxygen is too low in the blood supply.
If you are smoking, stop !
My mother had a darkening toe. They talked about amputation in the future. She went to the parking lot and had her last cigarette. Her toe pinked up within a few months.
Go to a hematologist if you feel you are not getting the right answers.
Don't ignore or let time go by waiting for a doctor appointment.
I'm not sure about side effects of any meds you may be taking.
Perhaps someone could help out here.
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