What Causes Fluid in Ankle Joints?

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What causes fluid in ankle joints can vary. The fluid is a type of edema and sometimes when a person just is on their feet all day the ankles will swell. People with heart failure conditions also can get swollen ankles. When you have this condition and it does not go away call your doctor and consult with her or him. They may need to prescribe medication to help you.
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