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Have swollen leg, dizziness and high BP. Had Cancer. Related?

Recently I have been experiencing, being light headed, dizzy, my right leg from the knee on down is swollen. My blood pressure usually is around 110/80 with my pulse around 88. But at my last dr. app I was 150/94 with my pulse at 104. I am a cancer survivor. I have undergone multiple surgeries, chemotherapy and radiation . Wondering if I should see my provider? Or am I being a worry wart .
Asked On : Mon, 18 Feb 2013
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Your detailed clinical history is missing . What the disease you have suffered from? Multiple surgeries , chemotherapy , radiotherapy can be used to treat many sort of malignancies. Anyway your present symptoms not seems to be related to previous disease. Cardiac cause is most likely the diagnosis. You may better evaluated by an internal medicine specialist, an ECHOCARDIOGRAPHY may be required.
Answered: Fri, 22 Feb 2013
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