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Hypothyroidism And Swollen Feet
I have given birth 5 weeks ago but my feet and ankles are still puffed and really swollen. Could my hypothyroidism have any influence to that?
VERY POSSIBLY: As there are different types of ankle and foot swelling, you should be examined and evaluated by a doctor. Although heart disease must be first ruled out, your symptoms could well be caused by an underactive thyroid gland. If you have other symptoms of an underactive thyroid, even if blood tests are "normal", you should discuss a trial of thyroid medication with your doctor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Swelling and discolored hands and foot, veins that swell and shrink, redish/purple dots, yellow foamy urine, swollen lymphnoid, I do have hypothyroids?
Get an exam: With these multiple symptoms, you need a comprehensive exam and good blood work up. Don't delay. Good luck and feel better. ...Read more
23 yr old female, both feet feel swollen/tight but doesn't look swollen. Mother has/had hypothyroidism. Ingrown toenail on left foot (big toe)?
Please start by seeing a Podiatrist (foot doctor).
If you want to you can also see your doctor and have your thyroid checked but that has nothing to do with your feet and toenail. ...Read more
Differential: The differential diagnosis for these symptoms can vary from venous stasis to infection to charcot arthropathy. Many systemic problems (congestive heart failure, kidney failure, liver disease, etc) can also cause swelling the lower extremities. I recommend an evaluation by your primary care physician. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
See your doctor: Swollen feet may be caused by several conditions, such as, heart disease, varicose veins, poor circulation, etc. Have a thorough exam. Swelling may be reduced by keeping your legs elevated, support stockings, and medications. Discuss the treatment options with your doctor. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Elevate feet see doc: If the unexplained swelling lasts for more than a few days or is worsening it is a good idea to see your primary care doctor or an internist. Swelling of the legs is usually due to fluid retention. Caused by (heart, kidney, liver, high BP salt intake etc) needs to be sorted out by primary care doc/internist. Unilateral (one side) maybe due to a blood clot, muscle or tendon injury or arthritis. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Edema: Swelling of your feet and ankles are likely due to excess fluid trapped in your tissues, called edema. It has many potential causes, including medications (calcium channel blockers, etc), venous insufficiency, arthritis, heart failure, liver disease or kidney disease. It would be a good idea to see a doctor for evaluation. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Edema: Swelling to the feet and ankles is common as we get older. It can be a vascular insufficiency, kidney or blood pressure issue. If you have been given a diuretic by your doctor - take it on schedule! You can try to wear support hose and elevate your fee when out of bed. If this does not relieve your issue see your doctor. Do not ignore this. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Swollen feet: If your blood sugars are out of control, you can develop irritation in the nerves as a result of high blood sugar not converting to useful glucose in the nerve cells. Glucose will therefore convert to another type of sugar that actually irritates the nerve cells that therefore can cause nerve swelling which will diminish nerve function. Diminished nerve function can also reduce blood flow or change muscle function as well resulting in swelling. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I suggest: She needs to see a podiatrist.Get a more detailed answer ›
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