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It's not clear to me how long this has been happening.  Any previous trauma?  Any prior blood clots?  Varicose veins?  Infections?  Travel to impoverished countries?  New medicines?  Amlodipine and other calcium channel block
and especially in an urgent care facility or emergency room, we use the Ottawa ankle/foot rules to determine who needs an xray... of concern.  However, an inability to put your full body weight on the affected foot/ankle for at least 4...
As I'm sure your doctor told you back when you had thyroid cancer, have any suspicious swollen... BUT swollen nodes are also usually a sign of an infection in the body (like when you get sore throats...
is still in a great flux, since you are breast feeding. Beside the minor ankle injury, it could be a symptom...
so that her heart can beat just wee bit faster, say at least 60bpm.     The swelling in her right ankle...
Hello, While I cannot speak to the connection between swollen joints and your sense of thirst, if there is one, swollen joints are the beginning of an arthritis. In the beginning stages cortizon injections...
Pain is not normal. Pain is a sign from your body that something is wrong. There are several potential causes of your injury. There are three types of running shoes, and you might have the wrong type for your body. You might
Dear Sereon, I'm not sure if you were asking if this is a symptom of menopause or not.  I haven't heard that swollen knees and ankles are any part of the menopause transition and without more info...
Thanks .... we did get to the good doc and he is now in physio for 3 to 4 weeks.  He managed to tear the inferior Extensor Retinaculum.   He will be back running and playing hockey in no time.  Good question. I'm sorry, but
. If your ankles feel better after you jog, that is a confirmation that the swelling is due to overuse...