Are foot/hand swelling related to hives?

Not necessarily. Hives are the bodies overly aggressive and incorrect response to some sort of stimulus that it doesn't recognize. Swelling is fairly common, as it can represent simply a different ind of inflammation, but significant hand and feet swelling could represent other things, too, and should warrant a doctor visit.
Yes. Hives is also associated with angioedema (swelling within the dermis and deeper tissues). Areas affected include around the eyes, the tongue, lips, throat, abdomen, genitals, and hands & feet.

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Severe lower legs, both feet and hand swelling. It's very painful & cannot afford doctor visit. On & off 6 months nothing I try works. Suggestions?

See details. Why are you on all the narcotic pain relievers? Your symptoms suggest an inflammatory arthritis. This is a serious issue that cannot be self-treated. Find a free clinic or a rheumatologist who will see you pro bono. Do it now. Read more...

Are my symptoms connected? On-and-off fatigue, frequent hives, swollen hands and feet in the morning, Knee pain (feels like inflammation), shaky hands

Possibly. I would see an allergist for further evaluation and treatment. Hives, swelling, and joint pain could be related to an autoimmune condition. Could also be idiopathic (which meaning no specific cause found), but an allergist can help you treat the hives and swelling. Read more...

What causes swollen hands, feet, and ankles? Not reduced with diuretic only prednisone. Swelling inbetween finger joints not the joints themselves.

Inflammation. Sounds like inflammation. Must search for cause. Rule out food sensitivity. About 10 percent of population can be sensitive to nightshades, about 30-40 percent can be sensitive to gluten and casein. Other more common food sensitivities include soy, corn, beef, etc. Consider food elimination for at least 2-3 months. Leigh wagner, rd is a good dietitian who can help by phone: 913-588-6208. Read more...
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