September 26, 2022

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Why did King Carlos III have swollen and red hands?

First King Charles iii Then he ascended the throne The death of his mother, Queen Elizabeth II, the appearance of many was the swollen appearance of his hands. In the photos, the heir appears to be 73 years oldHis hands are red and his fingers look noticeably swollen.

With this in mind, there was speculation about his possible health, even though he had been suffering for years. In 2012, the king even jokingly called them “Sausage fingers” during a tour of Australia after a long flight.

In this regard, a doctor consulted by a British media explained the possible causes of this inflammation.

King Charles III.

Why did King Carlos III have swollen and red hands?

“Edema is a condition where the body begins to retain fluid in the joints, usually the feet and ankles, but swelling also occurs in the fingers”Dr Gareth Nye told the newspaper Daily Star From the United Kingdom.

If this is the cause, he said, “Pressing on the swollen area for about 15 seconds will cause depression in the area.”

King Charles

King Charles

She explained that women are more prone to edema than men because their female hormone, progesterone, tends to cause the condition, and older people can also develop the disorder if they sit for long periods of time.

The new king, in fact, was photographed on several occasions with swollen hands and feet after long flights or trips to hot countries.

King Charles

Carlos III’s bodyguard, Major “Johnny” steals all the eyes

King Charles

King Charles

King Charles

King Charles

King Charles
Carlos III’s hands generated comments on social networks due to their swelling and redness during his mother’s funeral.
King Charles
King Charles III.

Other possible causes, the expert explained, May be a diet high in salt, use of certain medications Indicated for high blood pressure – or even Arthritis.

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The condition, common in people over age 60, “often affects three major parts of the hand: the thumb joint or one of the finger joints.” This causes the fingers to often become “stiff, painful, and swollen, and when medications help the pain, the swelling remains.”

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