A 45-year-old male asked:
My 15 year old daughter has swollen sore feet for 2 days now. not attributable to sport or exertion. she is on strattera. top of toes , front bottom if feet all hurt. even when she is sedentary. possible cause please?
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Medical Oncology 52 years experience
May need a checkup: Swelling of feet usually implies fluid retention but the presence of pain makes me suspect infection. Does she have any fever? If her feet remain swollen for> 1 week, you should get her examined by a doctor to make sure that she does not have serious kidney or heart problem which can also cause swelling of feet although it is painless in the latter circumstance. Check her feet for redness or tende
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