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Good evening, my question is, a concern regarding lymphadyma,

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good evening, my question is, a concern regarding lymphadyma, in my left leg,in 2010, i was admitted into hospital in princess royal hospital, with an infection,placed on a drip with strong antibiotics, for six days.leg went extreamly red, up to the knee area.i feel a back ache. and not sure what to do, should i go to a,n e, to chat with adoctor there, i recently moved and have not registerd with a G,P,...I live in mobberley knutsford cheshire, maccalesfield is my nearest hospital, please could you advise,i dont have a tempreature. thank you sobat din age 62.
Temperature or not, increasing redness can be a blood clot, or infection, called celluitis.
Both can be dangerous and you are at risk for both.
Go to a & e without any doubt.
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