if their meds are causing their legs to swell

Patients often ask if their meds are causing their legs to swell.

Certain drugs can cause the body to retain or shift fluid...by changing how fluid is handled by blood vessels and the kidneys.

For example, amlodipine throws off the pressure balance in blood vessels...putting excess fluid into tissues and causing leg swelling.

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