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Swollen left foot.
Hi..my father has swollen left foot from few days. what can be the reason? Also he is diabetic. please let me know what can be the cause of swollen feet. Thanks.
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This problem is  due to either or  kidney Disorder
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advice you for some blood test blood sugar, blood creatinine, and CBC. share the reports online me for diagnosis and treatment.
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Please get checked in hospital maybe water retention,/ lack of immunity/blood sugar etc....Don't panic but hospital checkup is necessary for continuous observation.
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Swelling in the foot can be a serious manifestation of a variety of diseases in body, most commonly kidney, heart, and liver diseases. More history and questions need to be answered for appropriate consultation
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Some tips that may help reduce swelling: 1. Put your legs on pillows to raise them above your heart while lying down. 2. Exercise your legs. This helps pump fluid from your legs back to your heart. 3. Follow a low-salt diet, which may reduce fluid buildup and swelling. 4. Wear support stockings (sold at most drugstores and medical supply stores). 5. When traveling, take breaks often to stand up and move around. 6. Avoid wearing tight clothing or garters around your thighs. 7. Lose weight if you need to.
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HbAic test ,FBS and PpBS
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Review after investigation
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May be chance for diabetes issue .. so please be carefull Take some Ayurvedic Syrup 1. Ayursun Madhusudan Kalp Syrup - 1TSF Morning & evening 2. Wash foot with warm water +salt ..
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Deep vein thrombosis needs to be ruled out in the leg having swelling.there are also some conditions that can cause similar swelling because they affect the movement of fluids within the body. Venous insufficiency. ... Phlebitis. ... Heart failure. .Kidney disease
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Maybe due to hypertension and blood sugar. Need proper history and evaluation
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Is his blood sugar under control. Leg swelling generally occurs because of an abnormal accumulation of fluid in the tissues of the lower extremity. Common causes of leg swelling include idiopathic Edema (Swelling of Unknown Cause), overweight, Is older, salt retention, cellulitis, congestive heart failure, venous insufficiency, pregnancy, and medication side effects. Some tips that may help reduce swelling: 1. Put your legs on pillows to raise them above your heart while lying down. 2. Exercise your legs. This helps pump fluid from your legs back to your heart. 3. Follow a low-salt diet, which may reduce fluid buildup and swelling. 4. Wear support stockings (sold at most drugstores and medical supply stores). 5. When traveling, take breaks often to stand up and move around. 6. Avoid wearing tight clothing or garters around your thighs. 7. Lose weight if you need to.
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