Thanks for posting,
If your swelling ( bilateral pitting edema) are increasing then that mean that the underlying condition you are having is aggravating and needs to be treated. Wish to know if you usually pass out a good quantity of urine daily (if your urine out put is low then it means probably that your kidneys are failing). Diuretics are main to remove more fluid from your system than usual and when you develop swellings (due to collection of fluid into tissues), they will help to remove as much of those fluids as possible. But if your kidneys are down, then that mechanism might no longer be effective and might instead aggravate the situation as more fluid would not be able to pass out and instead accumulate the more.
Pain and more swelling signify this is getting worst despite the medication.
could also be responsible for that but if no associated kidney failure, then the swelling normally should be regressing.
Pain + swelling could also signify super infection by a bacteria.
My suggestion is you get to see another doctor as soon as possible instead of waiting for a week for your regular doctor.
Your condition will require close examination and proper medication.
Thanks and hope this will help you