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Topic - Frost nip recovery

philhilo - on 25 Feb 2013
After a very wet (disappeared into streams under knee snow + left spare gloves in rucksac at base of route, doh!) then very cold long day I ended up with numb finger tips and toes. As these did not go away quickly I guess that it was frost nip. Some 4 weeks later I have minimal tingling in some tips, but still a good deal of numbness in the pads on the toes on my left foot. Is there anything I can do to improve the feeling in my toes as it is very odd climbing in rock boots when you cannot feel your toes? I suspect from reading I will get extra hot aches in my fingers - nice thought for the weekend!
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