A member asked:

Why does my calf hurt after meniscus surgery and i don't have an blood clot in my leg?

3 doctors weighed in across 2 answers
Dr. Robert Meislin answered

Specializes in sports medicine

Most likely you are walking on your tip toes and should walk slower with a cane paying careful attention to land on your heel and gently lift off on your toes.

Answered Jul 21, 2020



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Dr. Jeffrey Sider answered

Specializes in Sports Medicine

If you have eliminated a clot or phlebitis as a possibility you need to have the area of injury evaluated you may not be walking evenly and this might be the cause for muscular pain in the calf.

Answered Dec 25, 2014



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