Swollen feet from walking

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So sorry and good luck. Try exercise ball, heard it really helps.
Hey ladies, ive been having very swollen feet and they wont get any better they been getting on my way to get chores done, with my baby just 2 weeks away from being here its very hard to be on "bed rest" like my doctor said, theres to many things to get done for my little one, any ideas besides walking?
Any one know what might help swollen feet.
Thank God I finally had a day off today to put up my feet. At wrk i am up standing walking back and forth 95% of the time at wrk. There are no times for breaks, but yesterday I was wrking fron desk so I was sitting mostly all day im guessing thats why? Anyways what do you guys do for this issue? Theyre so tight my feet look idk bruised.. Ideas pleasee?
This preg I haven't had to much swelling but last preg my feet were always swollen. I couldn't get away from it but they say walking helps with swelling drinking lots of water and try not to over do it usually if I'm on my feet to much is when they get swollen.
However, my feet have been constantly swollen for the past 2-2.5 months. Its both of my feet, ankles, and lower legs. I have not injured them and have no other symptoms to report. I have tried compression stockings and they don't seem to help. I have tried walking every day and still the swelling persisted. They are swollen from the moment i wake up in the morning, it does not go away with eleveation. Any ideas? Suggestions?
I have swollen feet and hands and bloating. look like i'm 6 months pregnant by night time. My feet are painful to walk on most of the time. I've had to by bigger shoes to fit my feet. I have been see a naturpath and she says that my liver is note working properly. i'm taking liver tablets to detox. I feel that nothing is working i gave up smoking 15 months ago and have put on 15kgs and have been trying to lose it but it just won't budge. I thought maybe you might be able to help me.
Any of you lady's have swollen feet/ankles? I work about 40 hours a week and my feet are killing me. What do you guys do to help your aching feet?
I just started school this week, also full time student, and I always walk from one side of the campus to the next, and for the first time my feet got super duper swollen! People have said to drink LOTS of water, reduce salt intake, and wear comfy walking shoes.
Im 13wks pregnant and my feet is swollen is it normal for this to happen so early in my pregnancy? Someone please tell me whats going on or if its ok? Or what should i do?
We've been out ALL day at the Charlotte motor speedway watching all of those dummies run in circles, and my feet are so swollen I guess from walking up and down the bleachers.
I'm also 1000 miles away from home right now too. Walking I think is going to be tough. Since this started I can't walk a 1/4 mile down the street before getting winded. I explained all this to the doc and she said there was nothing wrong with me. Nothing that any test they ran could show. She did mention that it might be that since i'm not home i have slowed down a bit. Back home I was outside everyday doing yardwork or something around the house.
I have swollen ankles and feet but I attribute that to having broke my right legand left foot.
Medhelp people got me a new password, so am back in my old incarnation, for better or worse... Swollen ankles neurological? Wow, never heard that. My feet have swollen such that I can't fit into my shoes any more, all at the same time as the eye problem and hand problem. The swelling is on the instep and the outer ankles, definitely is fluid. Thought I'd maybe put on weight, but I've actually lost a stone in weight in the last month. Next time I see the doctor I'll show them my feet.
i have the same problem... i just came back from a nice walk... and BAM, swollen feet and toes! my daughter says i have shrek feet!! my stomach was also tightening, but only on the right side... i figured it was time to head home, we'll give it another try tomorrow!
get an xray to see if you are developing a bone cyst or arthritic joints. the other pains you are experiencing could result from walking abnormaly to compensate for the pain.
I have just recently started walking again after having a pulmarary embolism a year ago this month. I still have to hold on to something when I walk so I go to the local grocery store and use a buggy to help keep me stable. I walk around to outside isle and then up and down each isle. I have built myself up to doing two full laps. I have a lot of pain in my lower legs and right hip. Should I be warming up before I walk with some leg lifts or what? Ism also wanting to try and strengthen my arms.
The swelling you mention can be something as simple as nerve damage, so i never worry too much about diabetes complication issues until i get correct knowledge from a physician about it. As for me my feet swell if i do too much walking during the day. i see my endo in a couple of weeks and will bring this up with her, though in the meantime i'm not walking as much. You may also want to try elevating your feet while sitting or lying down.
I had to take off my rings last night because they were bothering me so much because of my swollen hands. My feet gets sore and it hurts when I have been walking on them for too long, let's say for about more than 4 hours or so. My knees hurt from time to time mostly above the knee. However, when I stretch my legs, the pain/soreness goes away. I'm not sure if this has anything to do with my hands and feet. My hands right now look fat to me.
To make things worse the last week i have had very swollen feet and a bit swollen hands by about lunch time and as much as i am trying to stay off them, i have a very active two year old and lots of things I wanted to get organised and done before the baby comes. I don't mean to be a complainer but is it normal to be this irritated and over it at this stage?
Oh my goodness, I have a back injury and am on WCB, for the past 6 months my right knee has been swollen and very pain full. I am as well taking morphine 3-5 times per day. I have now swollen feet and ankles. I sleep and am in constant pain, I wake up and am still tired. It is very hard for me in the mornings barely make it to the washroom,the pain is so bad and to top it off, I as well have fallen asleep on the toilet and fallen and just missed my temple had a black eye.
hubby took me for a walk yesterday that was a little over a mile long altogether. I thought my hips would fall apart from the pressure but I kept chugging along. Now Im all cramp-y and just wanting to sleep. @Lillah - going to be trying the bath today before my appt!
At the time of onset, I was suffering from extreme tendinitis in both elbows) I've always been pale, so you could see light traces of veins beneath my skin. But when my veins in my arms become engorged, they are remarkably different - they're so swollen that if I do not relieve the pressure, I am eventually physically unable to make a fist. At the beginning, each occurrence was quite painful. (And sufficiently frightening, obviously.
I am not sure if you actually have a condition. It would not be unusual for your feet to become redened, warm, slightly swollen and to have the surface veins dilate simply because of increased blood flow, gravity and from your feet pounding on the ground when running, etc. If your symptoms are really severe, you could try loosening your sneakers/workout shoes and see if that helps as it could be related to your shoes.
Thank You! I think it's mostly related to the heat and sitting at my desk during the work day. I will put my feet on a stool, but I don't think I can get them above my heart while at work. I will have to do this at home..
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