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It could take a little bit. your cardiologist has to find the right combination and strength of meds you need. took mine about 8 to 12  weeks...
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The best I way I have found is to use refreezable cold packs, but nothing is 100%.  When using the cold packs, I use an ace bandage between the...
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See a specialist, specifically a gastroenterologist.  Its important not to let it wait too long.  
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It can, possibly... But only from killing any bacteria that has grown in or around the area.
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Be sure to avoid salty foods -- foods with high levels of sodium listed on their nutrition facts labels. Get plenty of fluids to help you maintain a...
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All of us are anxious to see results.  Whether it is cosmetic surgery or building a home, we like to see the work done and sometimes become...
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Treatment of edema often means treating the underlying cause of edema. For example, allergic reactions causing edema may be treated with...
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A swollen tongue can be dangerous because it could block your airway.Tongue swelling (or swelling of the lip or throat) is called angioedema. The...
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I would definitely use an inflammatory ! That reduces the swelling.
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Hi Look for your own good get to an ER ASAPGood Luck
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I have this problem also, all the time for years now and take Furosemide and Hydrochlorothiazide for this but I am also having to really lower my...
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Edema is a normal response of the body to inflammation or injury. For example, a twisted ankle, a bee sting, or a skin infection will all result in...
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Hi If these were cortisone shots they will do this, I have had the same many years ago.You could try cayenne pepper, you can google cayenne pepper...
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Edema is the medical term for swelling. It is a general response of the body to injury or inflammation. Edema can be isolated to a small area or...
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Usually just a lubrication like liquid dish soap will do the job.  No water.  Just a dish soap like Dawn or Joy.  Apply it above and...