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Swelling in Feet in People with PKD by Pkd Z. Facebook Posted Fri 24 Jan 2014 9:24am During the progression of PKD, a series of symptoms like hypertension, hematuria, swelling, etc may occur. In this text, we will talk about swelling in feet in detail. http://www.pkdclinic.org/pkd-symptoms/1094.html  Read on »
My feet are swollen by yam Posted Thu 04 Feb 2010 10:15pm since yesterday. The swollen part starts from the legs down my ankle and fore feet. I notice that its bigger than its normal size. You know the size of your feet when you are pregnant (edema or swelling during pregnancy), but I'm not pregnant. My SIL notices the same this morning. Is it time to consult a doctor? I'm afraid to hear what the docto ... Read on »
Natural Remedies For Swollen Ankles and Feet by Natural Weight Loss Blog Posted Mon 11 Jun 2012 10:53am Swollen ankles and feet occur when fluid is stuck in the spaces between your body cells. This normally occurs in the ankles, feet, and legs but it can also affect any area of your body. It can be very painful and if not treated right away, can cause permanent damage to your lower limbs. Because your feet are so far away from your heart, it ... Read on »
How to maintain the health of your feet by Andrea Grace Patient Expert Posted Wed 20 Oct 2010 9:33am Maybe this is a bit awkward at first sight, but i considered it important, so, a little bit of research won’t harm anyone right?! How to maintain your feet healthy is an article about the 2 body parts that help us everyday during our life. We walk a lot, we need to run, we need to go from here to there, and how do we do it?! With the h ... Read on »
2010 Quick Updates by Karen Posted Fri 31 Dec 2010 11:02am Thursday 12-30-2010 I am going to go back on "cancer vacation" again till my next scan which is set for the beginning of February.  Happy New Year!  See ya in February! Christmas Eve 2010 Again last night I had to take Advil to get to sleep because my legs ached. Slept great though. Woke up pretty excited that it's Christmas-Eve-Day.   ... Read on »
Swollen Feet by Daria Posted Thu 12 Nov 2009 10:02pm Today I thought I’d talk about my swollen feet. My swelling problem has gone up and done since I started chemo in August of 2008. At one point when I was on full dosage of Taxotere, my ankles were swollen to the point that I had to cut the sides of my socks because the elastic at the ankle was too tight. Then as we decreased the Taxotere dosage ... Read on »
Swollen Feet by Daria Posted Thu 12 Nov 2009 10:02pm Today I thought I’d talk about my swollen feet. My swelling problem has gone up and done since I started chemo in August of 2008. At one point when I was on full dosage of Taxotere, my ankles were swollen to the point that I had to cut the sides of my socks because the elastic at the ankle was too tight. Then as we decreased the Taxotere dosage, ... Read on »
How to keep your feet friendly during flights. by Jennifer F. Posted Tue 01 Dec 2009 6:59am Sitting for hours in a cramped airplane chair is no ones favorite part of traveling. Not only are you much to close to the person besides you, your glutes and thighs get cramped and your feet get swollen and sore. There is no magical advice to keep the cramping away, although buns of steel exercised might help, but there are some simple ways to ... Read on »
How can I keep my feet and ankles from swelling? by Dr. Gabe M. Medical Doctor Posted Wed 01 Oct 2008 8:12pm Your leg muscles function as a second heart to pump fluid from your legs to your heart. When your leg muscles relax, the veins near them fill up with blood. When your leg muscles contract, they compress the veins and squeeze blood up toward your heart. When you stand still, your heart has to work very hard to pump blood against gravity fro ... Read on »
Swollen feet and ankles by Dr. Gabe M. Medical Doctor Posted Tue 26 Aug 2008 4:03pm 2 Comments Your leg muscles function as a second heart to pump fluid from your legs to your heart. When your leg muscles relax, the veins near them fill up with blood. When your leg muscles contract, they compress the veins and squeeze blood up toward your heart. When you stand still, your heart has to work very hard to pump blood against gravit ... Read on »