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Leg Cramp With Fever
Hormones: Changes in estrogen levels during your period can sometimes effect the nervous system in some women...That includes sensory (can be linked to leg pain, cold feet), motor and/or autonomic nerves (can be linked to bloating, abdominal pain)..Talk to you gyn if you notice a pattern each month. ...Read more
I am experiencing leg swelling, leg pain, calf pain and cold extremities. The following also describe me: leg tenderness, Calf pain, and Leg pain ...
Leg swelling pain: I am experiencing leg swelling, leg pain, calf pain and cold extremities. The following also describe me: leg tenderness, Calf pain, and Leg pain ANS: complex issue and if you do 2nd opinion with me we can quickly narrow down what it is and if you should go to ER or not. ...Read more
I am experiencing lower leg pain, calf pain and cold extremities. The following also describe me: Leg pain and Leg pain with exertion. What should...
Vascular consult: Hello, Its important you see a vascular surgeon. You will require certain non invasive vascular studies to check the integrity of the vessels in the lower extremity and evaluate you fro intermittent claudication. Taking care of this now will allow for less invasive vascular options and my patients have great prognosis afterwards. Feel better! ...Read more
Woke up with neck pain and stiffness, lasting two weeks, then right leg knee pain/thigh, low grade fever and lower abdomen discomfort distention??
Menstrual like cramps with discomfort going to middle right side with diarrhea. 1 week before period starts. have chills and fatigue. no fever.
Dull right ab + groin pain, walk with limp. Constant fever, malaise, back+neck pain, tingling in hands and feet and buttock pain. Dx? Bloods clear.
See a rheumatologist: You describe pain in multiple joints. Multiple causes of diffuse joint pains need to be ruled out and then appropriate treatment. ...Read more
Sudden onset r calf pain, worse with standing and walking. Lower leg edema, no redness, not warm. Have been dx'd with scleroderma or dile, related?
Related.: Scleroderma is associated with vascular problems, including DVT (deep vein thrombosis). Your symptoms suggest DVT and merits an immediate visit to the nearest hospital emergency dept for anticoagulant therapy. Dvt can lead to a pulmonary embolism which can be fatal. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Sudden excruciating pain spasms in stomach with nausea and chills for 4hrno fever. Pain now gone but stomach feels tender and uncomfortable. Serious?
Back pain: This could be any one of a dozen things. The only way in which to investigate this is to be seen by a doctor, examined, have some labs and imaging studies done, all after providing a full history. Frankly this sounds very severe and should be looked into immediately. If you cannot see a family doctor now, go to an ER. Good luck. ...Read more
Excruciating spasms in stomach and pelvic area, nausea, dizziness, chills and weakness. No fever. Pain lasted 5 hours, now better with painkiller. ?
Go to ER: You .Need to be seen by a doctor asap with these symptoms taking a pain pill is not the answer. It may mask the pain and allow the cause of the symptoms to worsen. ...Read more
Heavy vaginal bleeding for 3 weeks with clots. Upper abdominal swelling midline. Pelvic Cramps. Leg swelling. Lower back pain. What can this be?
See GYN: you need to see a specialist for that ,it could be a very simple problem, but needs to be checked by a GYN, for proper evaluation and treatment. ...Read more
Pulsating outer left thigh pain along with leg cramps and twitching calves. Leg cramps started a month ago. Lumbar MRI pending, DVT ultrasound negativ?
Sciatica: Although there are several possibilities, one if the more common causes is a sciatica, which is an irritation of a nerve in the back that can cause pain that runs into the hip. When you lower your chin, it increases the pressure in the spinal canal and can aggravate the symptoms like you are describing. The hip and the SI joint are also potential causes. Don't hesitate to be seen. ...Read more
Growing pains: The leg pain is probable associated with growing pains, which is an achy feeling associated with the growth of long bones. This is common in children. The other symptoms need to be evaluated by his doctor. Your son needs a full work up with labs and an EKG as well as a full history and physical exam. Hope he feels better soon ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Having trouble with foot and leg cramps bad at night, woke up this morning with stiff muscle aching. Not feeling well, sleepy potassium 3.5 thyriod ok?
Difficult problem: Your magnesium level should be checked. Trying over the counter magnesium is an option even if your level is normal, also although not well understood Benadryl (diphenhydramine) 25 mg (antihistamine) works great for night (nocturnal) leg cramps. Also if not contra indicated for you your md may also try Diltiazem a calcium channel blocker at night. ...Read more
Got up with my leg asleep. Moved funky and have had slight calf pain. No pain walking. Just tender. Blood clot?! or muscle strain? 25 yrs old.
Experience fever, sore thighs, left leg pain (stabbing), fatigue, pain while on bowel movement or urinating, nausea, and lower abdominal soreness during period. Is this normal?
Infectious process: Fevers/all these symptoms connote infectious process of bacterial or viral usually and can fluctuate making you feel better off and on if it is low grade problem, need to get checked out for infectious process, inflammatory tests such as white cell and sed rate blood analysis as well as many others to determine the cause of the possible inflammatory infectious process going on. ...Read more
Severe abdominal pain, widespread, affecting sides & lower back. Fever and vomiting yesterday. Painful to touch with cokd right extremities off & on?
Frequent UTI due to periods. have a UTI along with having leg pain along with chest and lower abdominal pain?
Concerning..: If you have been told that she had a urinary tract infection, but aren't continuing to have symptoms it is important that you go back to your doctor. Since you have had urinary tract infections frequently, you may be resistant to antibiotics that were prescribed. Essentially, your UTI could be untreated. go to your doctor as soon as possible ...Read more
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