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Leg Cramp Head Pressure
Can't tell you: That without considerably more info. What is cause & effect may be difficult to tease out. ...Read more
Lab test: Check for abnormal electrolyte levels on a blood test. ...Read more
30weeks pregnant and my baby head down on cervix will I be meeting my baby soon and plus I have leg cramp in my left leg?
Pressure on Cervix: Head down with baby on the cervix is normal for this time of pregnancy. It does not mean you will deliver soon. The position may actually change a lot. Tomorrow it may be breach and the next day it may be head down. It will probably remain head downwards. Get your leg cramps checked by the doctor since blood clots in pregnancy are more common than when you were not pregnant. ...Read more
I have normal blood pressure, a fast pulse with palpitations daily and get regular leg cramps, is this anything to worry about?
See doctor: Fast pulse >100 regularly when resting is not normal, and you should see your physician for evaluation. ...Read more
I have normal blood pressure, fast pulse over 110 BPM daily with palpitations and I get regular leg cramps too, is this anything to worry about?
In a way: A rapid heart rate should not be sustained for long, so it is important for you to see a health care provider for an evaluation and treatment. Leg cramps may or may not be related, but possible blood work should be done. Best wishes. ...Read more
Sudden cramp, like leg cramp, in front head, above eyes. Headache lasts, but cramp goes away. Eyes and ears are very sensitive while I have the cramp.
Was painting 7 days ago, put alot of pressure on right side of body. Noticed a bit of leg cramp during. Pinky toe numb since then. What is issue + fix?
Needs to Heal.: As long as there is no swelling, bruising or pain in the area of the little toe, then you can rest easier. It sounds like you have caused an irritation to the nerve supplying the little toe. This type of injury and the symptoms resulting from it, generally disappear over time. It happens slowly, so be patient and give it some time. ...Read more
Fatigue, leg cramps/restlessness/ occasional spells of light headed with sweating/ light chest pains. Are these related or is my body just weird?
They are related: The symptoms you described and pain in your chest is a serious medical condition. Especially chest pains is always a red flag and appointment with your pcp is warranted. Rec.: see your pcp for further investigation or referral to cardiologist. Take care. ...Read more
Sensation of blood flow throughout my whole body. Dizziness, nausea. Sinus, pressure in my head, leg cramps on both legs, neck pain with muscle spasm, stuffy nose, different warmness leg feeling.?
Don't know: There is no way a forum like this can sort this out. Talk to your gp. He/she will take a full history, do an exam, order appropriate tests and refer you to a specialist if needed. ...Read more
See your doc: There are many reasons for the "symptoms" you are having. Your doc needs to discuss with your and obtain some labs and see what is going on. ...Read more
For the past two months, I have terrible hands, feet, and leg cramps and 3 canker sores in my mouth?
Physician: You'll need to see your physician for a physical to determine the cause of your ailments. You've been suffering for two months... now's the time to start feeling better. ...Read more
I have taken more than the perscribed dosage of my symbicort (budesonide and formoterol) inhalations, how long to get out of my system I am experiencing dry mouth, leg cramps, fatigue and increased salivation.
Hi doc, I am an everyday meth smoker and have slowly worsening back of leg cramp and arm tingles/cramp. Also, temporary red raised skin around mouth?
What did you expect?: Please forgive me. These symptoms are all-too-familiar and are going to get much worse until you stop taking meth. The meth users that I've autopsied have tried to claw the flesh from their bodies. Please stop this. You're strong, your fellow meth-users are NOT real friends, and you can do this. ...Read more
Doxycycline for sinus/ear infection, doc out of town now. Giving me bad leg cramps & reflux & nausea, what should I do?
2 days before period is supposed to be due. I have stuffy nose, bloating, leg cramps, increased cm, visible veins on chest and stomach. Pregnancy?
Right Index finger and right eye lid twitching. Leg cramps, neck pain, headache on temples. Vertigo.
Sounds systemic: There are too many problems to be isolated to 1 specific part of the body. I am not sure of what medications you are taking or what other medical conditions you have, but given your age I suspect that you have an electrolyte imbalance that is causing this cascade of problems. It could point to something serious. Get to an urgent care center or ER to get your electrolytes checked & other tests. GL! ...Read more
Pain all over body, numb in face & fingers, leg cramps at night, neg blood tests for vitamin deficiency, mono or thyroid, slightly elevated WBC?
Pain all over body: Do not give up searching for the cause of your problems. If your doctor can not find out what is wrong, perhaps get another opinion. You could be having some type of auto immune disease e.g. fibromyocitis or other causeing your pain. Also perhaps infection, as many infections can cause this type of problem. Do not give up. Recommend you see a doctor working in Integrative Medicine. ...Read more
Hi, I'm worried that I might have yellow fever. My symptoms: cold&normal fever, nausea, leg cramps, tiredness, upset tummy, blood in feces, runny nose?
Could I have lupus? Joint pain, tingling in toes, water retention, leg cramps, swelling around eyes, red face, headaches, fatigue, graves diseas
Only a good eval by-: -a rheumatologist can give you a good answer. You need to see one for hands on eval & lab tests. Some of the symptoms does suggest lupus, but you need an answer, & that is the best way to have the question answered. ...Read more
Greenville filter placed2011.PE on 9/22, put on Xeralto, Not from leg? 2CT'sW/Contrast in 1wk&2nd showed No clot? Rtlegthrob, weak, head pressure Why? Scary
Call your doctor!: I am sure you were through a difficult and confusing time- you should be scared! Your symptoms don't fit an obvious concerning pattern, but your recent problems were life threatening. You need and deserve your doctor's reassurance. Also I can't understand why you got a filter if there was no clot seen outside the lungs- ask. Xarelto can be tricky, but we use it all the time. Get well soon ...Read more
30yrs numbed in arms and legs, head pressure dizzy tired forgetful collapsed 4 times this week. BP perfect. Symptoms over1yr now What else can this be?
See below: This can be restless leg syndrome, most of the time unknown cause. Happens in 10% of population, more frequent in females. Non-pharmacologic treatments include avoiding caffeine and alcohol, set regular time to go to bed. The are meds also that help this, your dr can help which one will be the best for you. ...Read more
Go see your doctor: Review your medications w/your doc after telling her/him what bothers you. Any diuretics (water pills)? These can upset your electrolye balance leading to cramps. We used to recommend quinine for leg cramps but it's not easily available, nor inexpensive these days. You could try drinking tonic water, perhaps. Stretching is always helpful. Make sure no swelling in affected leg. ...Read more
You can take...: ...yourself to the doctor so (s)he can find out WHY you have leg cramps. Probably benign, but could be serious. Do you ask, "How do I get rid of that whining noise my car makes? " or do you take it to a mechanic to find out what's causing the noise so that he can fix it? Same for your body as for your car: First diagnosis, THEN treatment. Always. ...Read more
Fluids/diet: When are they occurring? During exercise, after exercise, daily activities, at night when sleeping? Cramping can have many causes but some basic things you can do to try to relieve them are staying well hydrated and watching nutrition. Bananas are great for the potassium and so you might want to try eating these. ...Read more
Muscle irritation: Cramping comes on when muscles become irritated after heavy working, exercise, prolonged standing. A frequent cause is venous incompetence, and the leaky valves within veins allow reverse flow of blood down the legs, resulting in swelling, subsequent cramping. See www. Phlebology. Org and see a phlebologist who can help you out. ...Read more
Damage: A muscle cramp is an all inclusive contracture of the muscle fibers. A true cramp can lead to tearing of the muscle fibers or attached tendons. I have even seen pieces of bone pulled off from severe muscle cramps. If they persist you should see a physician as they may be a sign of other problems. ...Read more