Fans of the Royal Family have expressed concern over the appearance of Prince Charles’ fingers swollen as they dragged a coin into a South London pub.
As a result of the release of the Prince of Wales’ locksmiths, they were part of a number of local businesses that had reopened, and they were visiting a pub in Old Town.
However, as he spilled a small amount of local sambrock watermelon, eagle-eyed fans wondered if his hands looked so swollen and what could happen.
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One observer tweeted: “I have never noticed my hands Prince Charles Up to this photo! Is he OK? OMG they are very swollen.
However, this is not the first time that his fingers have become swollen during royal duties.
Linn When he traveled to Australia in 2012, he joked about his “sausage fingers.” The same thing happened in India in 2019 and is thought to have been caused by heat and long flights.
as if NHSSwollen hands can be caused by a number of factors, including swelling or fluid retention.
Similarly, prolonged exposure to salty foods, side effects of medication, and even kidney, liver, or heart problems can occur.
The swelling should go away on its own, but NHS has put together a list of things you can try if you haven’t tried:
When you can, lie down and use a pillow to increase the swollen area
Move your arms and shoulders all the way – try to raise your hand above your head as you open and close your arms
Massage your hand or arm to your body using strong, but painless pressure – for example, start with the tip of your finger and massage into your palm
Do some gentle exercise, such as walking, to improve your blood flow
Drink plenty of water
Wash, dry, and dry your hands or arms to avoid infections
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