I am a 30 yr old female that has had severe, constant pitting edema in my right foot/ankle for over 3 yrs. It was a sudden phenomena that was not induced by any trauma. I have been to many doctors with no answers. The most "concrete" result has been that I have a very low white blood count. I also have a dull, aching pain in my calf and a dull aching pain in my right abdomen that is moderate to severe at times. There are other factors that I am not sure are related or just a mental manifestation of "what if" because of all the unlcear answers thus far. It seems my right side just feels out of whack and painful. I have been living with this for 3yrs and can not just "live with it" as I have been told in the past. I would appreciate any insight anyone may have to present to my current Doctor. Please help me before Summer. It is so severe in the summer that my skin feels as though it may crack.:mad:Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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