Pain and numbness in the toes after meth use. What to do?
I am clean now for 2 weeks was using meth everyday smoking and just swallowing it. My question is is it normal for my toes on both feet more on my left though...to hurt still and feel warm sharp pains and just solid pain fells a little numbish too. Thy used to sweat and swell alot now thy dnt but...
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Swollen feet, smelly urine, smoking meth
my feet stay swollen all the time im worried why is this i been checked for heart problems my kidneys i have no idea buy i drink mt dew 24/7 and never anything else not ever im 34 years old about 200 lbs and have also had a history of smoking meth and i am a female and my urine smells awful also...
Have bump on head of penis that swells and has stinky fluid. Advice?
i am adjei from gana. for over 7 yrs i av noticed a lump just beneath the head of ma penis .though it was small buh it was nt painful too.i ignored it. buh after sometimes it swells n den returns back to it size.i met a doctor who said it was nothing serious.buh he gave me some injection though i...
Yes, the effect can be additive and can cause serious complications. Do not take medications on your own without doctor's supervision.
How to deal with swollen feet?
Hello and welcome to HCM,
Swollen feet can occur after hanging the legs for a long period of time.
However, swollen feet at rest can be due to cardiac disease, hypertension, liver disease or renal disease (in later stages).
You need to consult a physician to know the cause of swelling of the feet.
Localized swelling can occur in case of allergy also.
Thanks and take care
Dr Shailja P Wahal
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