I am 41 year old male my feet have been swelling well over two years i was on hydrochlorthiazide for a year or so but it stopped working so they put me on furosemide and now it dont seem to be working to well anymore either . I also have had blood test done and my liver enzymes are high not sure what numbers the doctor just told me they are very high i am tired all the time as well i recently read these are symptoms of liver problems i am very concerned about this they have done a ct scan and told me i have a fatty liver but what is causing all of this my feet and legs are getting worse sometime they swell up so bad i cant walk they hurt all the time i am in constant pain, any suggestions or advice .
I am also currently waiting to have a total hip replacement surgery is may 13 2009
i also have acid reflux problems
here is a list of all meds i am on now
furosemide 20 mg
apo-ranitidine 150 mg
metformin 500 mg
glyburide 20 mg
buscopan 10 mg
novo-domperidone 10 mg
statex 5 mg
ratio-morphine sulfate sr 15 mg
soflax 100 mg
and metamucil 4 times a day
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