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When Should I Be Concerned About Leg Swelling? 10 Red Flags

1. Leg Swelling with Redness and Warmth Develop Suddenly

2. Leg Swelling with Chest Pain or Shortness of Breath

3. The Leg Swelled More at the End of the Day

When should I be concerned about leg swelling? Leg swelling is common and caused by a range of issues. Here are 10 red flags and why vein doctors may have the cure.

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4. The Swelling Accompanies Kidney Disease

5. With Certain Diseases: Does MS Cause Leg Swelling?

6. When MS and Water Retention Symptoms Multiply

7. Sudden Leg Swelling After a Car Accident or Fall

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8. Delayed Swollen Leg After Car Accident or Sports Injury

9. When Cancer Treatment Is Involved

10. When Leg Swelling Persists

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