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Tingling in legs, feet after riding in a car. On medication for high BP, seasonal allergies. Prevention?

After riding in a car approximately longer than 3 hours my lower leg and feet get tingly and I move them around a lot although that brings no relief but I can t just leave them still. Is there anything I can do to prevent this? I am on medication for HBP and seasonal allergies and I am a 49 year old female, weight 205 height 5 5
Asked On : Thu, 4 Oct 2012
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there is blood circulation defect as due to long sitting pump of veins ae not able to push blood upto heart and fluids collect in legs and causes all these
apply crepe bandage after putting the legs in warm water for 20 mts
put 2 - 3 pillows ta night under leg to get blood reached to heart
get dose of bp titrated as some salts of bp causes thee in allergies
can take ebastine 10 mg od for 3 wk till you consult specialist
Answered: Wed, 29 May 2013
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