water retention

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Water retention is a condition where a person, usually by some action of the kidneys or liver, stores more water than normal, in tissues throughout the body. This can lead to bloating, or a generalized swelling of all tissues.
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Dr. Shivinder Deol answered:

water retention am I pregnant?

Maybe

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But there are other reasons for fluid retention, including thyroid, excess salt, estrogen dominance. Do a pregnancy test.
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Can luvox cause water retention?

Yes it can

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In the clinical studies it apparently was among the reactions that was more common. See the website below that was assembled by a pharmacologist from the original studies. drug-side-effects-and-clinical-trials.com/luvox_side... Wondering about Luvox side effects. If you're taking this particular SSRI then you'll want to know what side effects to expect from it. Find out here.
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How can I manage water retention?

Improving muscle ton

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Most women who are pregnant develop some water retention. This is due to the hormone progesterone as well as changes in the circulatory system that occur with pregnancy. Elevating your feet, warm baths, swimming, support stockings, leg exercises will all help temporarily relieve the symptoms of water retention
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Dr. Alok Agrawal answered:

What is good for water retention?

Salt restriction

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salt and fluid restriction. Use diuretics if some other abnormality
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Dr. Jack Rubin answered:

How can I relieve water retention?

Relief of edema

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To best way to relieve your retention of water is for you to find out its cause. It could be due to several factors, heart failure, chronic kidney disease and varicose veins, among others. The best thing to do is to see a physician who can examine you and lead you on the road to a diagnosis which will give you a treatment plan.
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Dr. Jack Rubin answered:

Will water reduce water retention?

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If you are retaining water, water ingestion will not help to reduce it. Go to physician and find out whether or not you are retaining water and, more important, the cause of your water retention and how to treat it. Good luck.
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Dr. Bennett Werner answered:

Water retention on face and joints?

Many possibilities

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Steroid excess. Nephrotic syndrome. Cirrhosis. Obesity. Malnutrition. Psychosomatic disorder.
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Dr. Johnnie Alston answered:

How can you reduce water retention?

Diuretic

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Watch you salt/sodium intake. If your swelling is severe you may uber other problems like kidney issues. Follow up with your doctor
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How to reduce water retention fast?

Depends

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Depending on the cause of fluid retention, low-salt diet, fluid restriction, diuretics may help.
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Dr. Bennett Werner answered:

Does lactulose cause water retention?

No

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It can cause abdominal distension (because it draws fluid into the intestines) and diarrhea but not fluid retention in your lungs or legs.
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