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Hands And Feet Swollen When I Wake Up
Why are my hands and sometimes feet swollen when I first wake up in the morning? It usually goes away within an hour.
Hand and feet can:
Swell when you sleep
fluid that is extracellular fluid redistributes
when you sleep. Diet salt and some medical conditions that affect water retention may influence this. A salty meal is a common cause unless other health issues exist. Muscle action during the day helps t keep this fluid out of the tissues as it aids venous return. When you sleep the osmotic gradient favors swollen soft tissu ...Read more
Why is it thst sometimes I wake up with swollen hands? And sometimes at night feet become on fire.
See doctor: Could be due to many reasons.Get a more detailed answer ›
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?
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
Wake up with both hands swollen for about 1 month. Why? Not laying funny. They feel sore but not joint sore. Feet my swell in the pm only.
Wake up sweating, dizzy, an I feel swollen inside I throb in legs hands anles feet an hands upper an low back don't feel right my head spaced what?
My Cycle came on twice this month, well I think it's my cycle? My tubes have been tied for 2 years. What could be wrong? Hands and feet swollen.
Doubt pregnant: You need to see your doctor if irregular cycles persist. If you are having pain on your side, you need seen ASAP. ...Read more
My one month old granddaughter has a rash on her arms and legs with her hands and feet swollen what could this be?
Pedaitric dermatolog: Can not reel from description. It is most likely eczema but there are a number of conditions that occur shortly after birth. If pediatrician is unclear see pediatric dermatolgist who has training in pediatrics and dermatology.Bthis will probably resolve within a few months, but definitlely have grandchild evaluated at large mufti doctor practice or at university dermatology program. ...Read more
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?
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
Don't worry/get check:
You should consult your doctor to find the cause as it is not normal for hands and feet to swell up on and off
it may be simple water retention.But many medical conditions, medications like over the counter meds like Motrin etc, eating too much salt, kidney conditions, allergic reaction to insect bites. ...Read more
I stay swollen all the time....especially feet and hands...which is painful sometimes. What can cause this? And how can make it go away?
Need to be checked:
You are retaining water in your body. You should cons. Ult your doctor, it is called edema
can be caused ny kidney disease due to loss of albumin through the kidnes
2 Congestive heart failure when heart weakens and not able to pumo effectively
3Liver Disease like Cirrosis of liver
4 Nephrotic Syndrome a disease of Kidneys
5Cettain Medications can cause edema like Motrin, Amlod ...Read more
Varies: There are multiple potential causes, a good medical checkup would probably be a good place to start. ...Read more
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
Circulation: During the cold weather, the body will try to reroute the circulation from the extremities (arms and legs) to the central chest cavity (heart, lungs, etc...) therefore the blood flow will be somewhat compromised to the hands and feet and that's why you will have swelling in your hands and feet. ...Read more
Many things can:
Swelling in the hands and the feet is a common occurrence that has a variety of possible triggers. The most common possibility is idiopathic edema, which occurs when excess fluid builds up in the body, with no specific trigger or cause.
Idiopathic edema is generally more common in women than in men, and is often accompanied by unexplained sodium retention. ...Read more
Whenever I'm standing up for just a few minutes my feet & hands get really red and feel swollen. What does this mean?
Your symptoms are a bit unusual and could be related to a variety of conditions. I would strongly recommend you see your medical provider and have him/her evaluate the condition. If the symptoms occur within minutes, your medical provider should be able to observe them to determine if there is any concern and decide if further testing is indicated. ...Read more
What could cause my hands and feet to be going numb/feeling swollen for the past week and today feel constantly numb/swollen?
Possible raynaud's: Raynaud's disease is a condition that causes some areas of your body — such as your fingers, toes, the tip of your nose and your ears — to feel numb and cool in response to cold temperatures or stress. In raynaud's disease, smaller arteries that supply blood to your skin narrow, limiting blood circulation to affected areas. ...Read more
I have what looks like shiny oil droplets in my urine....also stay swollen all over especially in feet and hands. What can cause this?
Kidney: The answer is a lot of things. But with your history of high blood pressure kidney disease tops the list. Especially if the oily droplets in your urine foam up, it could be a sign of your body losing protein in the urine. This would be a start. But the list also includes thyroid disease, diabetes complications, heart disease, liver disease and others. You should get a full check up. ...Read more
My feet have been swollen since yesterday. It pains a little bit she I walk. My hands are also slightly swollen. I am not sure what to do.
Needs to be checked: Swelling of feet and hands needs to be evaluated by your doctor. You are retaining fluids in your body. It can be due to certain meds, too much salt consumption. Liver Disease, Kidney Disease and heart conditions. Need a detailed history/Physical Examination, Blood./urine test etc to find the cause and treat appropriately ...Read more
I was just diagnosed with lupus, it started with swollen discolored feet and hands and its working its way up. What happens after it hits my shoulders?
Not like that.: Lupus doesn't work like that. You should discuss your concerns with your rheumatologist. ...Read more
My hands & feet feel like they're swollen for a week now but they don't look swollen. I've had my feet swell before but never had the feel w/o seeing?
This could be-: -early rheumatoid disease. First see Ur PCP & then get a referral 2 a rheumatologist. ...Read more
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