Have diabetes, discoloration in feet, edema, hardness in calf
I AM DIABETIC. FROM THE MID-CALF MY LEGS ARE DISCOLORED DOWN INTO THE FEET, THERE IS ALSO EDEMA AND PAIN THERE IS MORE EDEMA IN THE CALF THEN THE ANKLE AND THE EDEMA MAKES THE CALF HARD. WHEN I STRETCH MY LEGS THE SKIN FEELS LIKE IT IS BEING PULLED AND STRETCH AND IS UNCOMFORTABLE. I AM 72,...
Discoloration on lower lip
my lower lip s color is not uniform, just in the center (below the front upper teeth ) there are ugly spots having the different color(light pink) from rest of the lip. when i stretch my lower lip then these spots turn into white stretched spots. there are 3 or 4 spots or patches only and these...
Had a triple bypass surgery. Had diabetes. Why have legs discolored?
My mother-in-law is 81, she had a triple bypass surgery in 2002 and since has diabetes as well. Broke he hips once when she fell, since been using a cane to move around. I ve noticed in the last 2 weeks her walking is different, she is leaning more on wall support or on sofa. Her legs and feet...
Hi..good day..i would like to ask about my skin discoloration on the lower part of my legs??is it normal during pregnancy??thank u
Yes, of course, it is normal in pregnancy.
I feel like im not getting enough oxygen to my lower legs and feet. What can i do?
Kindly reframe your query with symptoms an signs you have.
My lower legs get swollen. Kidney and heart ok. I take water pills%2C sometimes. Are there any exercises to get red of the fluid retention in the legs%3F
There has to be some reason for swelling of feet and this includes anaemia with hypoprotenemia,uncontrolled hypertension along with kidney,heart and liver ailment.Get yourself comprehensively investigated for that.
There are no particular exercises for this and treatment is aimed at ...
treating the cause
Use of water pills as advised by doctor
Don't keep your feet hanging
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