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A diabetic's ankles may swell if there is an infection, a reaction to medication, a blood clot, or heart, kidney or liver failure, explains WebMD. A diabetic may contract a foot infection that makes his ankles swell, bec... More »

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Many conditions cause swelling of the ankles, according to WebMD. These include foot and ankle injuries, pregnancy complications, infection, blood clots, lymphedema (a buildup of lymphatic fluids) and venous insufficienc... More »

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The most common cause of pain and swelling in the ankle is a sprain, according to WebMD. A sprained ankle occurs when a misstep or injury causes the ankle's ligaments to stretch further than normal. More »

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Common causes for swelling in the feet, ankles or legs include infection, blood clots, venous insufficiency, and heart, kidney or liver disease, according to WebMD. Other causes include sprain, fracture or other injury, ... More »

Conditions that cause swollen feet and ankles include pregnancy, a foot or ankle injury, lymphedema and infections, explains WebMD. Other possible causes include heart, liver or kidney disease; a blood clot; or venous in... More »

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