Swelling in feet could indicate underlying health conditions.

Heart disease may cause fluid retention and foot swelling.

Kidney problems can lead to edema in the feet.

Liver issues may result in fluid buildup and foot swelling.

Blood clots can cause foot swelling and pain.

Lymphedema can cause persistent swelling in the feet.

Deep vein thrombosis may present with foot swelling.

Hypothyroidism can contribute to fluid retention and foot swelling.

Rheumatoid arthritis can cause joint inflammation and foot swelling.

Infections or injuries in the feet may lead to swelling.

Pregnancy complications, such as preeclampsia, can cause foot swelling.