Thank you for submitting your question.
How much lasix is your husband taking right now?
Does he have a fever? Are his legs hot to touch?
Hes taking it 3 times a day,
very cold to touch, very hard, leaves finger imprent, hes pail looking so no feaver
The most important thing now is to control the swelling in his legs. Based on your description, his legs are grossly swollen and his skin is at risk for breaking down and forming sores. Fortunately he is not showing signs of an infection( no fever, redness, warmth).
This is what he needs to do. Keep his legs elevated at all times. When he sits, rest his legs on a stool. When he lies down, put 2 pillows under his legs to keep them higher than the level of the heart. This will help drain the excess fluid. I am glad he is eating a low salt diet. Consult with his physician and see if limiting his fluid intake is necessary( I usually recommend less than 1.5L a day).
In addition, you can buy elastic bandages from your local drugstore and wrap his legs with them. This will help get rid of the swelling even faster. Do it in the morning, and take it off at night. You should see a difference within days.
He probably needs a higher dose of the lasix. Perhaps his physician is willing to call in a prescription if your husband refuses to go to the clinic.
I hope this is helpful