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Thanks for the additional information. There are several causes of swelling and redness in legs. Among them are cellulitis, a bacterial infection of the legs. It can become serious and lead to sepsis, so it needs to be evaluated so antibiotics can be started.
Another reason is failing valves in the leg vessels of the legs that allows fluid to leak out of the blood into the tissues.
Blood clots are a less likely cause since it is occurring in both legs.
Still other possibilities are heart failure, liver or kidney problems.
Another factor might be weight, unless you happen to be over 7 feet tall. For normal weight, a man 6 feet tall tops out at about 184 pounds, women a little less.
As you can see, it can get quite complicated and needs to be checked out by your primary provider who can run tests to determine the cause. Without testing there is no way to determine the cause.
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