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I am 70 years old and i have foot swelling when i travel for long hours and pains ....this is there from 2 months. i have diabetics and BP but not severe
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HELLO, MOST LY SEEN IN DIABITIC N HYPERTENSION. TAKE A BUCKET FUL OF HOT WATER ADD SOME COMMON SALT DIP YOUR LEGS FOR TEN TO FIFTEEN MIN TWO TIMES A DAY. DR ORTHO OIL LOCALLY TWO APPLY TWO THREE TIMES. AT NIGHT PUT YOUR LEGS ON TWO PILLOWS OR MORE. TAB PARACETAMOL 500 IF U FEEL LIKE PAIN LIMB AFTER FOOD.YOU CAN TAKE THREE. OK.
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That is normal for you if you get swelling only during traveling if not any other cause for it .
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Elevate your foot during sleep.
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take homoeopathic treatment it will help in reducing swelling permanently without side effect.
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