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What Causes Hands to Swell?

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Swelling of hands is associated with several disease and medical conditions such as Heart complications, Arthritis, Allergic reactions, pregnancy, kidney failure and several others. Also some medications can lead to the swelling of hands and if at all they have Calcium which channels blockers that lower blood pressure, such as amlodipine, diltiazem, felodipine, nifedipine and verapamil thus causing swelling, as can antidepressants, including MAO inhibitors and tricyclics. One can get to know more about Swelling Veins in Hands from .
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There are a few things that cause hands to swell such as Hand injury, Carpal tunnel syndrome, Hypothyroidism, Obesity, Pregnancy, and Premenstrual syndrome.
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Swelling, or edema, of the body, especially of the limbs, feet or hands, can be due to a number of causes. The most obvious cause is an injury. Other reasons for swelling could be
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check with your doctor. doesnt sound common.
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Defective/damaged valves within the veins are to blame for
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