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Sudden swelling in both lower legs. Taking zyloric. Suggest - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 30-May-2013
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User:good mormimg
Doctor:Good morning
Doctor:This is xxxxx here
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User:i am suffering from swelling in leg suddenly.I am taking medicine for uric acid.
Doctor:May I know which leg and which part of the leg is it and how suddenly did this develop?
User:both the lower legs.this developed today morning.
Doctor:Thank you and what medicine are you taking for the uric acid?
Doctor:Is it just the swelling or have you developed any rash?
User:only swelling. i am taking zyloric 2 tabs a day
Doctor:You need to give some rest to your legs
Doctor:Do not stand for long time
Doctor:Anti-inflammatory medicines like Paracetamol can help you
Doctor:There are better drugs, but these are prescription drugs
Doctor:You need to get them prescribed by your doctor
Doctor:I do not see it as a major health concern
User:thank you
User:Will come back to you in case I need anything
Doctor:Elevation of the legs with crepe bandage helps a lot
User:Good day to you
Doctor:Thank you too
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