Why are my feet swollen?
Acromegaly - Symptoms and causes - Mayo Clinic
Erin Beck began writing professionally in as an opinion columnist for the West Virginia University student newspaper, "The Daily Athenaeum. The process of blood flow throughout the body is called circulation. Poor blood circulation is characterized by symptoms in the extremities, or hand, arms, feet and legs, including numbness, tingling or cold temperature. Various diseases can lead to poor blood circulation in teenagers. Raynaud's is a condition caused by poor circulation, leading to painful and cold hands and feet.
Swelling (Edema) and Diabetes - Swelling in the Legs, Ankles and Feet
Children with too much protein in their urine, sudden weight gain, and swelling in various body parts could have a condition called nephrotic syndrome. Childhood nephrotic syndrome is also called nephrosis. In most cases, the cause is not known. However, a number of conditions can damage the glomeruli and cause nephrotic syndrome. In children, the most common cause is due to minimal change disease.
Edema is swelling or puffiness of parts of the body. It also can affect the face and hands. If you have swelling in your legs, ankles, and feet not related to an injury, it could be edema.