will they be the reason for the abdication and so Prince William will soon be on the throne?

The doctor reveals why the fingers of King Charles III. so swollen and red in photos of the royal family – and what that could mean for his long-term health. It is for this reason that rumors are getting louder that he will not be king for long, but will soon hand over the tasks to his eldest son William, who is now next in line for the throne.

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Swollen toes are something Prince Charles, now King Charles III, is after. suffered for years, he even jokingly called them “sausage fingers” in 2012 during a tour of Australia after a long flight.

Prince Charles fans, fresh now King Charles III. they noticed his some time ago “swollen fingers”. The death of his 96-year-old mother also revealed her majesty’s poor health, with the queen suffering from increasing fatigue in her later years and strange bruises on her hands.

He called them ‘sausage fingers’ himself

But now, after her death, attention has turned to her 73-year-old heir and his red and swollen hands, with pictures of the Queen Elizabeth II. circulated online. His condition is nothing new: swollen fingers are something the now-king has suffered from for years, and before that, when he was still Prince Charles, he even jokingly referred to them himself in 2012 during his tour of Australia after a long flight “sausage fingers”.

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Prince Charles with his mother, the late Queen Elizabeth II. – his hands are very swollen, is it arthritis, old age or something else?

Age or something else?

A British doctor explained to the British Daily Star that swelling can be caused by a number of medical conditions, as well as water retention or – most likely – simply old age. “Oedema is a condition in which the body starts to retain fluid in the limbs, usually in the feet and ankles, but also in the toes, causing them to swell,” he said dr. Gareth Nye.

However, women are more prone to edema than men because their female hormone, progesterone, causes the condition, which causes some women to have swollen ankles right before their period. Older people, however, can develop the same disorder if they sit for long periods of time.

King Charles III. were often photographed with swollen hands and feet, and the condition was even more noticeable after long periods of flying or traveling to hot countries.

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So the British paid their respects to the new king, many kissed his hands as a sign of respect.

Another possible reason for “sausage fingers” is arthritis. “Arthritis – another common condition in people over 60. It often affects three main areas in the hand – the thumb joint or one of the finger joints,” he said. “Toes usually become stiff, painful and swollen, and although medications can help with the pain, the swelling may remain.” Other causes may be a diet high in salt or specific medications, such as those for high blood pressure.

The bruised and bruised hands of the queen – did they indicate death?

On Friday, a doctor drew attention to the Queen’s frail appearance at her latest royal appointment – when she was named Prime Minister on Tuesday Liz Truss – as a sign that the last days of her life are approaching. Dr. A.S. Deb Cohen-Joneswho lives in Perth, Western Australia, said photos of Queen Elizabeth II’s crumpled hands as she posed with new UK Prime Minister Liz Truss at Balmoral Castle in Scotland may be a sign of declining health.

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“There appears to be evidence of peripheral vascular disease,” a doctor commented on the Queen’s bluish hands shortly before her death.

“There appears to be evidence of peripheral vascular disease. This is a circulatory disorder that causes blood vessels outside the heart and brain to become narrowed, blocked, or constricted.” she said for Femail. “Sometimes it can cause heart failure. If your peripheral circulation is that bad, the organs aren’t getting a good blood supply. It can also be a sign of multiple organ failure.” Some well-known symptoms include occasional pain that may manifest as cramps or muscle fatigue, “coldness” of the affected part of the body, numbness and tingling.

The arms of the late queen were “additional”, which usually occurs when the heart can no longer pump blood efficiently. Blood pressure slowly drops and blood flow throughout the body slows, causing the extremities to feel cold to the touch, according to Crossroads Hospice.

Will he really leave the throne to his son?

Also due to the health condition of the new king, Charles III, who took up the position only now, at the age of 73, there are more and more rumors that the king will give up the position and hand it over to his eldest son William. Will he abdicate in favor of his son, such as the king Edward VIII. abdicated in favor of his brother remains a question, but given the king’s not-so-good health, it seems that this may happen soon. British newspapers report that there are rumors that King Charles III. held the position for about a year, then left the throne to his son William.


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