Onset of oedema after a month of new treatment.

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Onset of oedema after a month of new treatment.

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Old 03-01-2019, 05:13   #1
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Post Onset of oedema after a month of new treatment.

I am 55, female, and diabetic for the last 30 years. I am on voluntary-duty in Burma since new-year.

Before coming here, my doctor change my meds, right now they are:
enalapril maleate,
teneligliptin (new addition), &
biodib (new addition)

I am seeing swelling between knee and ankle (both legs), that is excessive on ankle. We get doctor visit once a month, any suggestions which salt I should discontinue/reduce-dosage-of first?


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Old 03-01-2019, 14:00   #2
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Welcome to the forum.

I understand your concerns about the swelling. However, no one here can diagnose or suggest treatment. If this started right after he changed your meds, then that may be a clue. Can you contact your doctor and let him know about it?

Since you are on a couple diabetes medications, I assume you are T2 diabetic. You will find a lot of information here about diabetes and lots of support for gaining control - which is the goal for us all.

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