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34 yrs women. severe legs pain from knees to feet in both legs.no varice.sometimes mild lower back pain.it make worst with bowel movement or gas.

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Requires examination: Highly suggestive of lumbar disc issues; however circulatory and neurological issues must be rules out.
Answered on Jul 28, 2018
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