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Anyone got some advice for chilblains?

I have tried everything and nothing seems to help. Short of moving to a warmer climate what can I do for my chilblains? Anyone found the chilblain secret sauce?

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anonymous
There are various cream that can be tried. It may take some time and trial and error to get the one that is best for you
<a href="https://www.footstore.com.au/product/chilblain-cream/
">https://www.footstore.com.au/product/chilblain-cream/
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anonymous
I have been bothered with chilblains since my teenage years and have tried so many different things over the years and nothing really seemed to help all that much. Then one year the chilblains just stopped and I never got them again. There was nothing special that I did that year they went away.

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CraigBPayne
Hey DocPod! Thanks for linking to Podiatry Arena. That ePodiatry link is a good resource. Here is a more recent thread on Podiatry Arena:https://podiatryarena.com/index.php?threads/pathophysiology-of-chilblains.82614/ and from PodChatLive: http://podchatlive.com/episode-80-chilblains/ and this blog post I wrote: https://www.itsafootcaptain.com/beetroot-juice-for-chilblains-say-what/

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The secret lies in the cause. The cause is not really the cold. The cause is a too rapid warming after it has got cold. In a chilblain, the circulation does not respond as quickly as the tissues warm up.

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1. Don't let the feet get cold. Keep them warm
2. If they get cold, warm them up slowly. Do not put them in front of a heater - this is a common cause of chilblains
3. The best treatment may actaully be a lot of physical rubbing of the toe that the chilblain is on to stimulate the circulation

Try these resources:
http://podiatryarena.com/index.php?tags/chilblains/
http://foot-health-forum.com/index.php?threads/chilblains.3059/
http://www.epodiatry.com/chilblains.htm
https://croydonfoot.com/chilblains-season-is-here/
https://podiapaedia.org/wiki/peripheral-vascular-disease/chilblains/


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