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how to get rid of water weight gain?

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Dr. Mark Rasak
Cardiology 33 years experience
Depends on cause: Usually with sodium restriction and water pills . It's important to investigate why you have water retention and make sure it's not heart failure or some thing serious
Dr. Madhu Kandarpa
Nephrology and Dialysis 9 years experience
Low salt diet: Low salt diet, decreasing fluid intake. Need to find out the cause- kidney disease, heart disease, liver disease, low albumin.

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A 33-year-old member asked:

How do you get rid of excess water weight gain without taking pills?

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Dr. James Cunnar
Family Medicine 27 years experience
Work out/salt down: Increase your exercise and decrease your salt intake. This is the easiest way to decrease excess water weight.

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