Hello my friend,
I understand your concerns and I will do everything I can to help you. I am also available to answer any follow up questions that you may have. I can certainly help to give you an idea of what may be going on however do keep in mind that only a doctor can properly diagnose you.
There are many things which can cause this so further testing will need to be done to determine the cause.These symptoms require medical investigation. Tingling that happens in the legs and feet typically indicate poor circulation or abnormal nerve sensations that can happen from nerve damage, nerve disease, or another underlying medical condition. When your feet turn purple this is also a sign of poor circulation. Some people who have Raynauds disease will notice that their feet or hands turn purple in the winter months which is why its essential that they are kept warm. You would need to see your doctor to find out if this is the cause. Diabetics tend to have circulation problems as well.
The best thing to do at this point is to make an appointment with your doctor for a full physical and blood work. Your doctor will most likely check you for diabetes as well as other disorders. If you are on any medications your doctor may check to see if any of the medications your on could be causing your symptoms depending on what the side effects are.
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I'm glad to hear that you had a complete blood workup. I have just read up on peripheral neuropathy, and you are correct as this may be what is causing your problem however only your doctor can properly diagnose this. From my reading I see that there are more than 100 types so this may be difficult to diagnose. Based on what I found it does sound as though this is a possibility. Have you discussed this with your doctor?
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Did your doctor check you for possible blood clots or an infection in the tissue known as cellulitis?
I don't mean to alarm you but those could be a few of the other possible causes.