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Doctor insights on: I Have A Dull Pain And Cramp On My Left Leg From The Thigh To My Feet

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I have a dull pain and cramp on my left leg from the thigh to my feet.?

I have a dull pain and cramp on my left leg from the thigh to my feet.?

See your doctor.: Without the benefit of an exam it is impossible to say. Could be a pulled muscle, inflamed or pinched nerve, painful varicose vein or a more serious condition such as a blood clot. If worse with walking could be peripheral arterial disease involving a blocked artery. See your doctor asap! ...Read more

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I have been getting severe cramps back of thighs, leg falling asleep when sitting for a little while along with foot swelling ony left leg?

I have been getting severe cramps back of thighs, leg falling asleep when sitting for a little while along with foot swelling ony left leg?

Discuss with your MD: All of these symptoms may be local musculo-skeletal problems but you need to talk to your doctor. Cramps could be an electrolyte disorder. One sided swelling could be venous insufficiency but it could be phlebitis. The leg falling asleep is most likely a compression of a nerve while you are asleep. However, you have a number of leg questions that requires someone seeing you personally. ...Read more

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I've got horrible pain in left leg thigh going done to chin , now starting in right leg . I'm a retail store mgr and on my feet for hours .?

Radiculopathy: You need pcp eval. X-rays and MRI likely. It sounds like lower back nerve irritation caused by? Your doc is the one to DX and treat or refer to neurologist for further wup. Do not risk continuing problems and do what you are told please. Age never resolves problems like this so don't risk chronic back pain for the rest of your life. Always ask for consult if pcp not getting you relief! ...Read more

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I have been told I have sciatica but its not getting better I have pain in my lower back into my butt into both legs and down to my feet the pain is very sharp and i can not move its mainly in my left leg and thigh and lower back my leg goes numb and ting

I have been told I have sciatica but its not getting better I have pain in my lower back into my butt into both legs and down to my feet the pain is very sharp and i can not move its mainly in my left leg and thigh and lower back my leg goes numb and ting

Given Your Pain: I would suggest seeing a pain/spine specialist to evaluate you further to evaluate what level and what can be done to treat you. There are interventional treatments besides medications and surgeries that might reduce or eliminate the pain altogether. ...Read more

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Cramps in calves, thighs and arms. Can't walk because my feet bend sideways and get stuck in place. My right arm stuck at 90°. Can't straigthen a leg.

Cramps in calves, thighs and arms. Can't walk because my feet bend sideways and get stuck in place. My right arm stuck at 90°. Can't straigthen a leg.

Multiple symptoms: I am sorry for the way u feeling. It is very hard to feel this way especially for someone u. Age. U need to see u physician for evaluation and work up. ...Read more

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Dvt or something less serious? Left leg pain below calf that spreads through entire leg/thigh. Not excruciating just achy/dull pain. What is this?!

Dvt or something less serious? Left leg pain below calf that spreads through entire leg/thigh. Not excruciating just achy/dull pain. What is this?!

Needs ultrasound.: Discomfort and aching in the leg is a very common complaint. When this occurs, it is imperative to eliminate the most significant potential problem which could be a blood clot. Although there are many other reasons to explain your symptoms, a venous ultrasound is the first step. If negative, then other sources of the pain and aching can be pursued. ...Read more

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When sitting down I sometimes get a dull pain in my left leg/thigh. Should I worry?

No: If its not all the time and not getting worse, you can ignore for a little while. Try some stretches, ride a bike or swim if possible. If it gets worse or no better, go see doctor. ...Read more

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