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What causes the feet to feel like your socks are bunched up

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What causes the feet to feel like your socks are bunched up under your toes?
This might be fluid, called edema, in your feet.
If you press into the area with a finger and it is spongy, then you hold the finger there a while and it leaves a dent, then this is edema.
This can be from bad veins in the legs.
A clot in the leg.
Heart, kidney or liver problems.
If this is edema than your doc should check it out.
Good luck

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