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This is actually for my fiance, he is 30 yrs old and is a type 1 diabetic. So lately, every time he wakes up his hands and feet are painfully swollen ?

This is actually for my fiance, he is 30 yrs old and is a type 1 diabetic. So lately, every time he wakes up his hands and feet are painfully swollen ?

Possible rheumatoid: B"sd does not sound like related to sugars. With type 1 diabetes (not supposed to say "diabetic" any more) other autoimmune diseases are more common. A possiblity would be rheumatoid arthritis. Should have a medical exam and appropriate testing (including specific blood tests). If RA , effective disease modifying therapies available from rheumatologist. Always ready to talk about diabetes. ...Read more

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Wake up with swollen hands and feet?

Wake up with swollen hands and feet?

Too much salt: Likely too much salt with your holiday meals! Drink water to flush the salt our of your system. If fails to improve, could be a heart or kidney problem and you need to see your primary care doctor . ...Read more

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Help, Night sweats 2/3 Times à week Stiff sore neck daily 1 year Sore hands and feet Swollen glands/slow drainage in head fatigue and mental fog?

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Night sweats 2/3 Times à week 
Stiff sore neck daily 1 year
Sore hands and feet
Swollen glands/slow drainage in head
fatigue and mental fog?

Night sweats: You should be evaluated by your doctor or hematologist with a complete blood test as well as a chest xray to determine the cause of your night sweats ...Read more

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Why my hands & feets are swollen every morning?

Why my hands & feets are swollen every morning?

Unclear: If you are waking up with swollen hands and feet every am and this is something new for you then you should probably get evaluated for some underlying cause. Kidney disease or nephrotic syndrome could be a possible cause as well as congestive heart failure. But see your doctor to see if this is the issue. Could also be related to too much sodium or a hypernatremia effect or even an autoimmune dx. ...Read more