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The backs of both my ankles are swollen and very sore. I was just wondering what it could be and if there is a cure.

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SOURCE: Swollen ankles black in colour swollen toes colour of toes yellow pain is undarable back of leg looks bruised blue in colour very big lumps in the back of the ankle

Consult a doctor immediately. It's due to Arterial embolic disorder also known as Blue Toe Syndrome.
It may result in a lot of pain. Take precautions. Give it an ice massage. Visit Blue Toe Syndrome In this site, you can find its treatment and precautions.

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