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Swollen feet, fluctuating intensity of pain. Blood test shows elevated uric acid, triglycerides. Remedy?

I am 65 years old. I take medicines for high pressure. Currently my feet are swollen and sometimes I have apain that increases and decreases in intensity and at times vanishes. Previous bood tests( done at the end of July 2012) have revealed a little elevated levels of uric acid and trygleceride. What is the remedy at present?
Asked On : Sat, 6 Oct 2012
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Some of antihypertensive drugs used for high pressure can produce swelling of the feet. Do consult your physician and get a thorough examination and review done.
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