A 42-year-old male asked:
Bilateral calf/knee pain after rest. pain subsides with movement. calves tender to touch. no redness, rash, swelling. no strenuous exercise before.
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Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation 16 years experience
Get an evaluation: Pain in the calf area usually comes from one of the 2 muscles in the area (gastrocnemius or soleus) but it can be cause by referred pain from other structures. Visit your doctor for an evaluation.
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Last updated Oct 15, 2013
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