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I am in good health, exercise regularly, am a young 67, never

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I am in good health, exercise regularly, am a young 67, never smoked and hardly drink....why have my ankles started to swell?
Submitted: 2 years ago.
Category: Medical
Expert:  Dr. Charogat replied 2 years ago.
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Hi, and thank you for coming to our site with your question.

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While healthy lifestyle keeps most people for getting sick - there still can be disease processes that can happen.

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Usually swelling feet is indicative of your heart not working at its full efficiency.

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This is something you really need to go see a doctor about as soon as you can.

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It is not an emergency that you need to go to the emergency department right now - but you do need to see your doctor.

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My aim is to give you excellent service.

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G-d Bless

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I see you are offline.

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In order to prevent you being charged extra I will change this to a Q&A type question.

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G-d Bless

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