Swollen ankles is a symptom of kidney failure, a possible consequence of uncontrolled diabetes, reports the New York Times. Itching, fatigue and pale skin color are additional symptoms of kidney failure, which is a sever... More »

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Treatments for a swollen foot caused by diabetes include exercising regularly; massaging and elevating the feet; wearing compression stockings and bandages; reducing salt intake; wearing comfortable shoes and paying atte... More »

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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 »

Whereas treatment for swollen ankles usually can be handled at home, emergency medical care should be sought out if the swollen ankles are due to preeclampsia, liver or kidney failure, abscesses, congestive heart failure... More »

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Swelling in the feet and ankles can be a symptom of kidney disease, which is a complication of diabetes, according to The New York Times. Known as edema, this swelling is caused by a buildup of fluids that is further agg... More »

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A patient who has entered the end stages of kidney failure may produce little to no urine and may exhibit swelling, especially around the eyes and ankles, and increased skin pigmentation. Symptoms that are present in ear... More »

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Swollen lymph nodes in the female groin area can be caused by injury, a viral or bacterial infection, or a sexually transmitted disease, according to the National Institutes of Health. Patients with swollen groin lymph n... More »