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Why does meloxicam cause leg and feet swelling?

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27 Sep 2010

Meloxicam can affect the kidneys and therefore cause water retention. Swelling of legs, feet, etc. are serious side effects of meloxicam. Please see the doctor if you have these symptoms.

http://www.drugs.com/sfx/meloxicam-side-effects.html

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