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Swelling and pain on ankles, on tripride. Can I continue?

Hi doc my mum is taking dosage of tripride 1 so she s getting swelling in her ankle with pain.. for two to five hours so is this the common side effect of tripride as i am a medical student this case happens if the matformin content is increased in the body she is taking selomax, lipicure tg along with tripride please i need ur help shall i make her quit that tablet or its ok to continue?
Mon, 15 Jul 2013
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TRIPRIDE doesnt result in swelling of ankles or feet.
There are various causes for swelling in ankles and so the cause should be identified and treated acvordingly.
Causes for swelling in feet could be due to...
Anemia with hypoproteinemia
congestive heart failure
Kidney complications
Liver complications etc.
You must consult your doctor and get the relevant investigation done.
Don't stop the medicine without talking to the treating doctor.
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