Our expert says:
Swollen ankles can be caused by heart disease ( heart failure) kidney disease ( nephrosis) or a problem with the flow of the blood from the feet back to the heart ( venous insufficiency) or lymphatic problems ( lymph oedema). It may be that it is a coincidence that the two things happen at the same time and I think you should also be examined for a spastic colon.
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