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Hamstring Cramps Causes
No: No a hamstring injury is a tear or partial tear of the hamstring muscle / tendon w/ resultant bleeding and mild swelling( mild bruising may be seen on back of thigh or below knee).Cramping can occur secondary to the injury or can be related to metabolic reasons etc. See your physician. Best of luck! ...Read more
Stretch: Have a towel handy at bedside. When your foot or hamstring cramps, wrap the towel around your foot and pull upward on the ends. The cramps will "break" with the stretching. Hold the stretch for about 2 minutes and then gently relieve the stretch. Quinine can prevent night cramps and used to be rx'd as the drug "quinaam", but w serious side effects, it was taken off the market. Stretching best. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Both feet are tingly. Non diabetic. Sometimes have cramps in both calves and right hamstring. Has been about 3 weeks now?
Neuropathy: You could have peripheral neuropathy or dysfunction in the nerves carrying sensation. Reasons include diabetes, heavy alcohol consumption, back pain related to nerve root irritation, exposure to chemotherapy or idiopathic, meaning we do not know the cause. Sometimes the tingling will be transient and go away. Other times it will persist and needs to be evaluated by a podiatric physician or neur. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Sciatica : Sciatica is a definite possibility. This usually is caused by pressure on the nerve commonly as it exits your lower spine from a disc bulge or herniation, or possibly from a bone spur. Stretching exercises, physical therapy, chiropractic care are all reasonable initial treatments. However, if the pain persists or is associated with more severe symptoms such as numbness, tingling, weakness, or bowel/bladder incontinence -- you need to seek medical attention from an orthopedic surgeon or neurosurgeon. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have pain in both legs on the calve and hamstrings I have also got a cramp pain on left side of my ribs what could this be?
Tight hamstrings: Must likely pain is due to tight hamstrings and calf muscle(achilles or gastrosoleus complex)some persons are genetically predispose for tight muscles.Recomendations are very good program of consistent and progressive streching that should be done as a routine on a daily basis and specially before and after running. ...Read more
I had surgery on my left knee 2 years ago from childhood torture when i bend on both knees my leg cramp its in my hamstring area how can this be fixed?
12.16 partial hamstring tear is it normal to still have a lot of pain My knee and thigh are killing me my calf starting to cramp Ortho Dr on vac to1.6?
Hamstring injury: Length of time one takes to recover depends on the severity of the injury ,Rest, Ice, Partial weight bear with crutches. Consistent use of NSAIDs. For 3-4 weeks is the norm. MRI testing and physical therapy can also be useful,to assess severity of injury and assist with the healing process.( Pt for 6-8 weeks). It may take 6-12 weeks to return to return to full running and jumping. ...Read more
Unlikely to be PAD!: Many people get cramps in their arches and toes especially at the end of a long day on their feet. These are generally benign and caused by tightening of the hamstring muscles and tendon attachments down into the soles (plantar fascia). In worst case these can get inflamed and may need treatment, but prevention by stretches is key. If persistent rule out electrolyte imbalance with a chem test. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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