Can a steroid injection cause ankle/feet swelling?

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Answered: What causes swollen ankles?

Swollen ankles generally tend to come about when you over-extend, or stretch the connective tissue in the ankle. This can pretty much happen at any time. The best sprained ankle treatment is to get on a solid rehabilitation program, to help cut down on the swelling and start to repair you're ...

Answered: What causes feet and ankles to swell really bad

A blood clot in the leg can cause swelling. If only one leg is affected that might be a likely cause. A sprained ankle or a bad bruise can cause ankle and foot swelling, often with pain and discoloration. Kidney problems can cause water retention, which often shows up as swollen feet and ankles ...

Answered: Can Lipitor cause swelling of the feet, ankles, calves? What affect does

Hi Cszec. I recommend checking out RxList for a list of the side effects of Lipitor. I hope it helps answer your question.

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Answered: When do i inject

i'd try neither. it's very dangerous and not worth it.

Answered: When injecting my shoulder for spot training shall i inject one or both

I have no experience in this type of thing, but aren't you doing this under the supervision of a doctor or a trained medical person? I would think this is the person you should be asking this type of question.
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Do check are you wearing a right footwear which is comfortable for your feet, wearing uncomfortable shoes may cause this.

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