Dry, Itchy Feet Causes And Concerns

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Stephanie Says:
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Why are my feet so dry and look like they're getting darker? It looks like broken veins, it's very dry and itchy. It also looks red and sometimes has swelling.

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Verwon Says:

The swelling might be due to edema, though only a doctor can really give you a definitive answer. Sometimes itching and dryness are due to circulatory problems, according to NIH studies. I've experienced it myself, in the past. They also warn that it could be the side effect of some medications.

Do you have any diagnosed medical conditions? Are you on any medications? How bad is the swelling?

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