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Aching Burning Legs
For 6+ months I can't sleep through aching, burning, deep leg and hip pain and awaken stiff in the AM . Strangely the pain is helped only by exercise?
Not surprising: You may be experiencing some inflammatory arthritis. Unlike osteoarthritis, that sometimes gets worse with use, inflammatory arthritis may get better with use. You become more aware of it at night because you have nothing else to think about. Talk to your doctor about your symptoms. He/she may want to run some other tests. ...Read more
It is possible.: Symptoms can range from numbness and tingling sensation, an itching or burning sensation, or an uncomfortable painful sensation of the extremities. Get evaluated by a professional to determine the exact cause in order to get the appropriate treatment. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Could be...: Peripheral neuropathy which is a syndrome involving the nerves in the legs. It also may be compression of the nerves in the lower back that causes the burning going down your legs. It's best to visit with a podiatrist or a neurologist to be evaluated to find the cause of the pain and so the proper recommendation for treatment can be provided. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
For a few years I have severe temple headache in morning, tingling burning legs and feet. I wake up with a sore dry throat and tongue. No better.
Different problems: It sounds like you may have some different problems. The dry mouth and throat is most commonly due to needing more humidification in the air you breath or snoring too much. The headache and leg problems suggest a neurologic problem that needs further testing by your primary care doctor or a neurologist. ...Read more
Sensation of stomach upset and vomiting. Bad backache in and around centre of spine, leg ache, burning eyes, feverish. Anything to worry about?
If you continue to: vomit, you are losing important electrolytes to stabilize your body's fluids, and this could shift and cause more problems. Then, you'll have to get IV fluids in your via the urgent care center or ER if you can't hold down fluids to replenish the dehyration that's being caused by the stomach upset, vomiting cycle. The rest could tie easily into your current symptoms. So see your doctor ASAP! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have burning legs and arms I had this awhile ago and this started back again. Do you think topamax (topiramate) will help the burning
R/O NEUROPATHY : R/O NEUROPATHY You need full EXAM AND labs. CBC/CMP/B12/FOLATE /TFTS/VITD/CRP//SED RATE//IRON STUDIES/LYME TITERS. Start a. Gluten free diet Wholeapproach.com gutbliss.com. And high potency vitamins. Rejuvenation-science.com An MRI Of the brain and cervical spine is warranted to evaluate for MS and disc disease. Topamax (topiramate) is effective for pain, start at low dose and titrate slowly ...Read more
Take 5mgs Amlodipine, Coversyl HD Plus & Atenolol 25mgs 2xdaily. Burning legs from Amlodipine. Can I stop the Amlodipine?
Dr. & I think Amlodipine is the cause of my burning legs/ankles. He says I can abruptly stop the Amlodipine, Pharmacist says 'no'
Do I wean or not?
Amlodipine: Amlodipine can cause swelling and symptoms in the lower legs and ankles. We generally don't wean amlodipine as rebound isn't usually a problem with calcium channel blockers. If your bp isn't controlled without amlodipine then another drug might be considered when stopping it. ...Read more
Muscle burning and aching in leg after a pubic symphysis realignment (happened a month ago). Is this a sign of fibromyalgia. and or a bad alignment?
Sciatica?: 20's female considers "fibromyalgia" (FM) & leg pain after symphysis pubis "realignment". Not enough pain loci to suggest FM. Sciatic leg pain attends pelvic girdle sacroiliac joint (SIJ) subluxation, which is commonly concurrent w. symphysis pubis torsion/subluxation. "Headwaters" tracts of sciatic nerve cross ventral aspect of SIJ sulcus before grouping into sciatic nerve that exits the pelvis. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I sit up & heard/felt a small pop in my lower back and im having burning legs, buttock and thighs. Er does not help an i see my spine dr, monday. Help?
See below : Rest over the weekend .Avoid any repetitive bending twisting a rotating or lifting. You can try some advil (ibuprofen) with food 1 to 2 pills three times a day with food unless this is medically contraindicated or you're having any stomach or bleeding issues. You may want to check with your medical doctor is i don't know where your ongoing medical problems. Go see your orthopedic spine surgeon good luck thank you. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
8 year old is in tears over burning legs. ( they are not hot to touch) seasonal allergies are bad. Burning swollen itchy eyes. Why are legs burning?
Uncertain: Seasonal allergy is not related to burning legs which may be a neurologic issue. If your child has eczema, it may be from the excessive dry skin which may be relieved by application of a moisturizer 2x daily preferably with at least one within 3 minutes after bathing. You may also try a 4% lidocaine lotion to see if this helps. If problem persists, see a doctor. ...Read more
Hey i got numb hands burning legs chest pain numb face and lips often tired i got tested a few times and they think its anxiety is That posible?
Hey can u see my previous question i got the Same symptoms for over a year burning legs cold feet / hands face numbness Im 21 my doctor think its stre?
Hey Im stil having burning legs cold feet hands numb face on and off my doctor cant find noting can anxiety last this long (2years) Im 21 thanks?
Will arachnoiditis always show on mri? My symptoms are burning legs&feet, leg cramps weakness in legs, no loss of refelx.Lower back pain. Other causes?
Hey im 21 and having burning legs and cold feet and numbness in face and hands and sometimes chest pain my doctor think its stress is this possible?
Hey i got alot symptoms like burning legs numb hands and face chest pain and more my doctor thinks its anxiety but can this be poor circulation im 21?
Is it ok to use pantaprazole when on B12 therapy? or it is better to use tums (calcium carbonate)? for acidity. servere acidity with eye burning, legs pain..etc
OK short term but...: Proton pump inhibitors reduce B12 absorption. I feel they are unsafe for anyone to use for more than a few months. For alternatives that can cure acidity see http://tinyurl.com/3pc8h8u Most with hypothyroidism benefit from T3 (liothyronine). See http://tinyurl.com/3anzhhg and http://www.stopthethyroidmadness.com/t4-only-meds-dont-work/ A holistic/integrative MD can help with these issues. ...Read more