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 »

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 »

www.reference.com Health Conditions & Diseases Breaks & Sprains

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 »

Causes of swollen ankles or feet include congestive heart failure, pregnancy, injury to the ankle or foot, kidney disease and sitting or being on one's feet for a long time, according to WebMD. If the person's ankles swe... More »

Common causes of swelling in ankles and feet include pregnancy complications, lymphedema, infections, blood clots and venous insufficiency, according to WebMD. Swollen ankles may be as a result of medication side effects... More »

Swollen ankles have numerous possible causes, some of which include pregnancy complications, injury, infection, blood clots, lymphedema and venous insufficiency, according to WebMD. Ankle swelling is common after excessi... More »

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Some causes of a swollen right foot may be an injury, such as a sprained ankle or foot, lymphedema, or infection, according to WebMD. Blood clot and medication side effects are other possible causes of a swollen foot. Sw... More »