Swelling of legs & Ankles.

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Swelling of legs & Ankles.

Postby kazza65 » Mon Jul 15, 2013 9:29 pm

:-? I've been noticing this a few times when i have done any walking that my ankles/legs swell to the point that my socks cut into my legs when i take them off. :(

Also i have noticed that my finger are also starting to sieze :( up to the point that i can't bend :cry: them to make a fist, because if i was to make a fist i think my skin would bust. :cry: :cry:

I take amitriptyline 40mg at night
pregablin 200mg three times a day
Mst Continus 15mg twice a day and 30mg at night

SO any idea's as to why this has started happening or if this is part of the fibro family off aliments.
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Re: Swelling of legs & Ankles.

Postby denys » Tue Jul 16, 2013 12:35 am

Others have said they suffer with swelling, if it is something new then get it checked out with your GP
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Re: Swelling of legs & Ankles.

Postby BonnGayle » Thu Jul 18, 2013 9:54 pm

I have this most years although this year it seems especially bad , try nettle tea and sleeping with your feet propped up ( Ive rolled some old towels up to make a bolster) Ive got one piggy trotter and I can only wear my velcro sandals atm :woot: :woot: ...not :lol:
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