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Circulation In Leg
Iv used oxynormn&lyrica 8/12.after surgery dose reduced, 20&200mg pd.ive noticed if I ever have a couple of drinks my circulation in legs gets bad.why?
Please repeat query: Please repeat your question without abbreviations. I'm not certain I understand all your abbreviations. I'm afraid I don't understand your question, and would not want to give you the wrong answer. ...Read more
Ambulate: You asked how to increase blood circulation after gangrene. You have concerns about low blood pressure in the legs. The best advise would be to walk as much as you can tolerate. We know that patients who start an exercise program of walking until the feel pain i the legs are able to increase their walking overtime. These patients improve their circulation. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hip pain starts on outer buttocks and creates the feeling of rubber band cutting circulation to leg can't rotate fully started as teen 1-2 per week?
Vascular Surgeon: A vascular surgeon is a specialist in the blood vessels of the body outside of the heart. They are trained to diagnose and treat disorders of the blood vessels with medication, surgery, and minimally invasive techniques (such as angioplasty and stenting) and are the only complete specialist in the vascular system. Visit www.Vascularweb.Org to find a vascular specialist near you. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can poor circulation in legs cause a prickly / burning sensation ? Seems worse when i'm sat down , especially when driving.
Does a vibrating weight loss machine help w/ weight loss if watching what your eating / working out? Does it help with circulation in legs/arms?
Jury is still out: There's not enough peer-reviewed published data regarding total body vibration and it's (long-term) effects on the human body. Certainly any physical activity coupled w/sensible nutrition should help you get healthy. Focus on health rather than weight loss, although latter will come around in time. Good luck! ...Read more
Symptoms of bone pain, feeling low blood circulation in legs, sharp pains and dull pains, what to do?
See Your Doctor: You may need evaluation for claudication, which is pain in the legs. It can be due to poor circulation in your legs (vascular claudication) but it can also be due to nerve compression (neurogenic claudication) in your back. Either way if it continues to bother you, it should be checked out and treated. ...Read more
After taking geodon (ziprasidone) wearing tight fitting clothing is uncomfortable because the cutting off of circulation in legs. Is geodon (ziprasidone) known for causing numbne
I believe I've had bad circulation in legs and feet since I was a child, would developing diabetes on top of that make amputation likely?
Definite risk factor: Diabetes is a definite risk factor for peripheral vascular disease, so there's no question that your lifetime risk for amputation will go up, with diabetes. As for whether it's "likely" or not, I'm not sure. Definitely depends on your overall health and your diabetes care. ...Read more
No, but certainly a: Supervised exercise program to help with increase development of collateral channels. These are minute vessels which with exercises become larger to allow for circulation to bypass a blocked site. Quitting to smoke and ensuring no one else smokes around you, would also help. So start going with exercises. ...Read more
Vascular disease: Not having adequate blood to your legs is definitly a painful condition. You may experience things like leg cramping when you walk requiring you to rest for a period of time before resuming, pain that wakes you up at night and requires you to hang your legs off the side of the bed. You might also see gangrene to parts of your feet. See your doctor if you are concerned.You may need a vascular doc. ...Read more
Vascular surgeon: Circulation abnormalities are seen in the arterial side (pad) and manifestations: tightening of the calf muscle with exercise, poorly healing painful sores, venous problems are generally due to leaky vein valves, and manifestations: leg pain, swelling, stasis ulcers, varicose veins, cramping. Start with www.Phlebology.Org, and see a phlebologist who can help you. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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