Why Does My Left Foot Swell?

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There are several medical conditions that may lead to swelling of the feet. These include: venous insufficiency (weakening of leg valves), congestive heart failure, emphysema and bronchitis, chronic liver or kidney failure or thyroid disease. Pregnancy is also one of the most common causes of legs swelling. It is advisable to visit a doctor to rule out any serious conditions.
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The most likely reason I could think of that someone would have unilateral foot swelling would be a Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT) This happens when a blood clot forms in one of the veins
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I'm 24 weeks 3 days and have the exact same problem. That foot, ankle, and lower leg are much more swollen than the right... I also notice that the sciatic nerve on my left side is
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Arch of your foot could hurt because it isn't getting the support it needs to carry you around. Your shoes should be providing this support. Your arches may be weak. You can get inserts
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Leg swelling generally occurs
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