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Have constant pain in legs & feet Had swollen right leg & foot, went down when elavated Tingling left arm & hand Heavy chest Shortness of breath?

Have constant pain in legs & feet Had swollen right leg & foot, went down when elavated Tingling left arm & hand Heavy chest Shortness of breath?

Call 911: "Tingling left arm & hand Heavy chest Shortness of breath" is always a red flag. If you have chest pain and shortness of breath, regardless of its cause (heart burn , anxiety), visit to the ER is warranted. Do not drive, Call 911. ...Read more

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Leg Pain (Definition)

Leg pain is a clinical finding that can occur with exercise, injury, arthritis, infection, ...Read more


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Could I have p.A.D.? I have constant pain in my legs. Mostly my calves. Several times I have had severe symptoms of cellulitus. I have read that symptoms of pad can mimic cellulitis. I've had severe swelling in ankles and the last instance was i took off

Could I have p.A.D.? I have constant pain in my legs. Mostly my calves. Several times I have had severe symptoms of cellulitus. I have read that symptoms of pad can mimic cellulitis. I've had severe swelling in ankles and the last instance was i took off

Pain on walking?: Is it both legs? If pad the pain is much worse on walking, especially uphill. Are your feet cold? Are your feet purple when you sit or stand, then pale when elevated up high? Do you have fever, pus, tenderness, red streak? Pad can be differentiated from cellulitis. Either way, you need an experienced dr. ...Read more

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I've have constant pain in left leg an pins and nedels inboth leg amd foot also num ness in toes wot is wrong whith my leg

I've have constant pain in left leg an pins and nedels inboth leg amd foot also num ness in toes wot is wrong whith my leg

Neuropathy: Symptoms are consitent with neuropathy or nerve being impinged. Possible causes are back conditios such as spinal stenosis or disc compression, diabetes, b-12 deficiency anemi, excessive alcoho use or other neurological or metabolic conditions. See your physician. ...Read more

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I have constant pain in my legs. Hurts to touch, constant throbbing. Sometimes cant even walk up and down the stairs. Eased by adding pressure on them?

I have constant pain in my legs. Hurts to touch, constant throbbing. Sometimes cant even walk up and down the stairs. Eased by adding pressure on them?

Needs to beChecked: Constany pain in both legs needs to be checked by your GP.Especially you can not walk sometimes.It is difficult to say what it is.Is the pain in the joints or whole leg.It may be due to musculoskeletal condition.Needs detailed History and Physical Examination and may need other tests like blood or Xrays.to find out the cause of so much pain ...Read more

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Legs , feet and hands swell constantly and constant pain in left leg what could be my trouble constant pain in my left leg

Legs , feet and hands swell constantly and constant pain in left leg what could be my trouble constant pain in my left leg

Leg pain: The leg pain could be many possible things, some minor, some potentially life threatening, such as a blood clot. This should be evluated by a doctor to determine if it is a joint problem, muscular problem, nerve problem, or circulatory problem. ...Read more

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left side of my body is in constant pain. LEg from the knee down goes numb & cold, arm from elbow down hurt. All MRI & cat scan are normal.

Ask your Dr about: these possibilities - pinched nerve, peripheral or autonomic neuropathy, autoimmune condition,diabetes etc. Take care and God bless you! http://www.emedicinehealth.com/neuropathy/article_em.htm ...Read more

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I'm muslim, so I'm fasting this month.i got constant pain in my legs n feet.I'm also doing a course of iron & folic acid.i drink milk n do take fruits?

Many Possibilities: Depending on how long it's been going on, i would consider an evaluation by a spine specialist. Sometimes it could be a muscle imbalance, early onset arthritis or scoliosis. Also could be a pinched nerve/herniated disc. Either way it might be good to figure it out and get appropriate treatment. Regarding your fasting, you may choose to wait until after the month to see if the pain persists. ...Read more