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Question: How to cure swollen feet

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Answer: Soak ur feet in the warm water for 10-15 mins. Do not let ur leg hang down for a long time. While sitting put a stool and place your leg on it. Get a light massage you'll feel better
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    Asra Aj642 days ago

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