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I have constant pain in lower right leg?

I have constant pain in lower right leg?

More Info: Can definitely be due to a lot of issues - chronic pain in a limb may be due to poor circulation, nerve irritation/damage, infection, fluid retention, etc. Recommend discussing with your pcp to determine if diagnostic testing is necessary. ...Read more

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Can a woman have growing pains at 23? I'm having constant pain in my right leg that feels just like the pain I had when I was younger with growing pains

Can a woman have growing pains at 23? I'm having constant pain in my right leg that feels just like the pain I had when I was younger with growing pains

No: As a 23 year old female you have reached full adult height and are unlikely having growing pains. With chronic right leg pain that has failed to improve, I would consult with your primary care doctor for further treatment and evaluation. ...Read more

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I was prescribed meds for my sinus infection i've taken two as prescribed I have been up all night my right leg has constant pain and aching?

I was prescribed meds for my sinus infection i've taken two as prescribed I have been up all night my right leg has constant pain and aching?

Sinuse and leg pain: The sinuse infection should not be related to your leg pain. Did you hurt your back moving the wrong way? I doubt your medication is the cause of your r. Leg pain either.Need more information. ...Read more

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Constant pain/ache at top of my right leg, in the curve/crease of the groin. Sudden onset, no injury, worse on movement, whole leg feels heavy/tired?

Constant pain/ache at top of my right leg, in the curve/crease of the groin. Sudden onset, no injury, worse on movement, whole leg feels heavy/tired?

See your doctor: This is a problem that necessitates a face-to-face meeting with your doctor. This will allow him/her to examine you, ask specific questions. And possibly order tests to find out what's wrong and what to do to help you. ...Read more

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What could cause constant pain in the inguinal region and tenderness around the lymph nodes, along with a burning sensation midway down the right leg?

What could cause constant pain in the inguinal region and tenderness around the lymph nodes, along with a burning sensation midway down the right leg?

Several things: Burning is usually a sign of local inflammation of tissues or pain resulting from nerve injury/inflammation.Causes of all your symptoms could include infection (could be serious), inflammation of peripheral nerves (ex. femoral, genitofemoral, obturator, saphenous), blood vessel inflammation/infection, etc. Serious enough, esp. w/fever, to warrant visit to dr. ASAP. ...Read more

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My legs throb, ache, constant pain and swelling?

My legs throb, ache, constant pain and swelling?

Go to ER: If you have a clot it is life threatening and will need immediate care. ...Read more

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I am noticing constant pain running down the outside of one leg since I started marathon training?

I am noticing constant pain running down the outside of one leg since I started marathon training?

Over training???: Need to monitor your body to not over do or over train. The pain can be from several issues, including the need for better, newer running shoes. If this problem does not resolve with rest, contact an orthopedic specialist ...Read more

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I have a constant pain in my calve more to the front of my leg, almost bordering my shin. What can cause this?

I have a constant pain in my calve more to the front of my leg, almost bordering my shin. What can cause this?

Shin splints: Hallo
This could be inflammation and bleeding where the muscle attaches to the bone.
A painful warm, hard area might also be a thrombosis but not likely in a young male patient.
See your doctor if this does not improve or if you foot start swelling. ...Read more

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I have one leg shorter than the other i'm in constant pain in my back and recently the pain has started in my legs as well .What can I do for the pain?

I have one leg shorter than the other i'm in constant pain in my back and recently the pain has started in my legs as well .What can I do for the pain?

Good diagnosis: A good diagnosis leads to a good treatment plan and good outcomes. See a doctor specializing in musculoskeletal disorders for proper diagnosis and treatment. ...Read more

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Female, 34. I have had a constant pain in my left arm and leg for about 2 months now. Any advice and why should my next step be. ?

Female, 34. I have had a constant pain in my left arm and leg for about 2 months now. Any advice and why should my next step be. ?

Primary Care: See your PCM for a good musculoskeletal exam and to tell him/her about the pain. They may be totally unrelated or they may be caused by something different. The best way to find out is to talk to someone in person. I wish you the best! ...Read more

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Pain on right side of back just above waist no leg pain or anywhere else, it's a dull pretty constant pain, have not fell or strained or lifted heav?

Waist back pain: How long have u had it ? Any other issues like pain when u urinate , fever , chills , other medical diagnosis? Without a history of an injury we think of internal organs . If your pain persists u should be checked ...Read more

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I am having constant pain in my left leg. The pain starts from the lower left back and left pelvic region and radiates down to the left leg. Though so?

Needs evaluation: An evaluation would need to be done. Do you know of any unusual activity or other possible cause? The muscles and nerves in the lower back/hip region are many and complicated. Misuse can be subtle - sitting oddly or too much, even stuff in back jeans pocket can press on them and cause this sort of thing. A physical therapist or massage therapist can Dx and treat. Meanwhile, try heat/rest/gentle ...Read more

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Is the feeling of a blood clot in the leg a constant pain?

Is the feeling of a blood clot in the leg a constant pain?

Maybe: This, again, is dependent on the location of the clot. Some people will have a cramping-type pain that worsens when there is pressure placed at the site of the clot. Some people may have intermittent pain at the site. ...Read more

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Can I have only one bowed leg and starts a constant pain in the knee since I was 20 ? I had no pain before 20

See MD: Sounds like you need to discuss this with a physician. Unusual to have sudden onset of one "bowed leg" with pain ...Read more

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Pain on the inside leg by the hip. Laying in my side I cannot lift my leg at all without excessive pain . Kind of a throbbing constant pain?

More info, please!: How long have you had this pain? Have you hurt yourself or started or increased an exercise program? Do you have any other symptoms, like numbness, tingling, weakness? Do you have any history of joint or back problems, or other major medical problems? Give some more information & we might be able to give some general advice to you, but as it is there is not enough info to give us any clues. ...Read more

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I have leg pain. ASO was 604. She thought Strep so I took penicillin. After perscription ASO was 570. She told me to wait but in constant pain. Help.

I have leg pain. ASO was 604. She thought Strep so I took penicillin. After perscription ASO was 570. She told me to wait but in constant pain. Help.

Rheumatic fever?: Strept infection may be associated with joint pain but is rarely seen nowadays. Have you tried NSAID yet? If NSAID does not help, ask your doctor to give you something more potent and perhaps reassess your condition to make sure that there is nothing else happening. ...Read more

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Hi, I have suffered from slip disc since i was 21 years old. But the last year have been in constant pain, now pins/needles constantly down left leg?

Hi, I have suffered from slip disc since i was 21 years old. But the last year have been in constant pain, now pins/needles constantly down left leg?

Need Workup: Best to see a pain specialist. Could be anything from trigger point phenomonem from overactive muscles to actual nerve root irritation. I would start with a good musculoskeletal/neurologic exam looking for trigger points or "knots" -treat them first and if no relief go to more selective "precision" pain management techniques like a selective nerve root injection.Probably also need a mri. ...Read more