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Having over-active and under-active thyroid, swollen feet and ankles, bloating. Symptoms of fluid retention?

hi there, I am experiencing symptoms of both over active and underactive thyroid . I have many symptoms shown here, I am diabetic, insulin dependant. My feet and ankles sweel every few days or so, and as the day goes on, I feel like my body swells. when I wake up in the morning my chest and stomach are fairly flat, by say 2 o clock I have developed man boobs and feel bloated, I was wondering if I am maybe retaining fluid. thank you.
Asked On : Fri, 22 Mar 2013
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the fluid retention in the body due to the following reasons like
venous insufficiency
side effects of medicines
cardio vascular disorders
kidney diseases
lung diseases
cirrhosis of liver
endocrine disorders.
so to find out the exact cause lab investigations are must consult a doctor for further evaluations and for the treatments.
hope this answers your query.
take care.
wish you speedy recovery.
Answered: Fri, 22 Mar 2013
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