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Swelling in the feet and legs. Reduced dosage of clonidine. Could there be a liver problem?

Hi. I am having a very serious issue. I had my psychiatrist down (several months ago) my Clonidine to 2 times a day from 3 times a day because I thought it would effect my liver. However, now I am swelling in the feet, calves & legs & my stomach is severely upset..he wrote me my usual script for one week then told me to go to my pcp & ask him..what should i ask him?? Thank you...i also have missed my period for two weeks whuch may be why the swelling but im not so sure? What do you think? e mymu usual
Asked On : Thu, 11 Apr 2013
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You need to be evaluated for the cause of the swelling of the feet and the stomach upset.Your PCP,can examine you and investigate you to determine the cause of the oedema feet and other symptoms.You can also discuss the delayed periods with him.Anaemia,urinary tract infection,liver and renal disease need to be ruled out.
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