Does anyones feet swell?? Even though I take off the recommended fluid at treatment my feet swell. Even my calfs get swolle sometimes. My feet really hurt when they swell. Seems like no one has an explanation at the docs office. I don't want to have to be in a wheelchair!! Help
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