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I underwent CABG during 1989 and redo CABG during 2001. I am getting reviewed every 3 months by Cardiologist. On 1 st September 2017 I underwent Total Knee replacement of left knee. Since then my left foot is swollen, after few weeks my right foot too swollen. When I consulted Medical Specialist, I was told it will be there for an year. But now I am getting pain. Is it true that swelling will be for an year. Or is there any serious problem? Am I to consult Cardiologist or whom? Please advise?

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Rheumatologist.
You may have deep vein thrombosis and need to see a surgeon.
First get your blood pressure checked and thyroid profile done and revert back so that I may guide you further.
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