Doctor insights on:
Left Arm And Left Leg Pain
I am getting constant neck pain also have pain the back of my caul and facial pain. Lately also been getting numbers in left arm and left leg pain?
Red flag: Neurologic differences are red flag in any pain condition. Re. See a neurologist asap. ...Read more
I am having shooting but brief left arm, jaw [both sides] and left leg pain. I fear a heart problem. Do i see a doctor?
Constant left leg pain in calf.dvt negative. Chest pain most days and back. Left arm sometimes sore . Leg pain most worse?
Complex: Neg stress test & xrays rule out heart prob.Could be lung embolus. If pain w/breathing, though, chest/upper back/arm pain-likely due to rib/thoracic vertebra dysf.Low back pain & leg pain can be due to other structural problems like vertebral dysf., pelvic malalignment, piriformis synd. Likely all connected.A visit to a good UK osteopath for hands-on diagnosis & manipulative treatment could help. ...Read more
Numbness in the left arm and lower left leg with pain under the left arm started around 4 hours ago, have had some pain in the upper stomach and back
Pain in my left arm and left leg in the evening after work and after i get up in the morning. Feeling tired in the mornings. How can this go away?
1st Rule out angina!: I'd have your internist evaluate you for the possibility of angina. Sometimes the narrowing of coronary arteries, from whatever reason, can lead to ischemia of heart muscle and a diffuse, difficult-to-pinpoint, aching pain can radiate in this distribution. The risk of this goes up with a positive family history for heart disease, or if you have elevated cholesterol or triglyceride; then proceed... ...Read more
Can metabolism problems cause skin temperature changes in the left arm and left leg? Very bothersome. Skin goes from being hot to cold every few sec
Eval for reynauds: While metabolism issues such as thyroid disease could play a role in altered skin temperature, consideration for an immune processs such as Reynauds phenomenon is appropriate. one recommendation is to see A rheumatologist for this evaluation. ...Read more