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Leg Pain After Angiogram
Vascular studies: It is not uncommon to do venous and arterial studies at the same time. ...Read more
I had angiogram almost 4 weeks ago. Was ok but past two days I've been having horrible pain in groin area an in front leg also?
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Hello I got my peripheral nerve damage doing an angiogram last month, but for a weem now I have being feeling a cold wet feeling going down leg?
Time: There is no treatment for nerve damage except to wait for healing which can take a long time (depending on severity, up to a year). The issue is whether there is anything else going on - generally the symptoms would be pain and swelling. If you have those and they're worse, you should be re-evaluated for an av fistula or pseudoaneurysm. ...Read more
Lower left leg has a rhythmic throb after walking just two blocks. ABI and arteriovenous ultrasound normal. Mild swelling posteriorly. Get angiogram?
My Grandma had Peripheral Angiogram 1 week ago, now has extreme pain in both legs and cannot stand or walk at all. Also blood in the urine.?
Be evaluated!: While there may be no association between the symptoms and the arteriogram, this is not the safe assumption. Barring significant, pertinent additional information, this may represent an important procedural complication that warrants medical evaluation, ASAP. ...Read more
I had a Bilateral Lower Extremity Angiogram on 12/12/14. I woke up tonight and have pain in my groin and pain in my left leg. What should I do??
I had an angiogram done about 1 1/2 week ago. On prenolol, aspirin & lipitor (atorvastatin). I have pain & tightness on right leg. Is this normal?
No: The fact that you are on Lipitor (atorvastatin) implies that you have high lipids. That fact also implies that you may have vascular disease. You also might have muscle strain but vascular problem first needs to be ruled out. Have your family physician refer you to a vascular specialist. ...Read more
Feet become cold in 15 minutes of elevation. Left foot from toes to mid leg ice cold, Right just cold. ABI normal. Polycythemia Vera. Get Angiogram?
Cold Feet: Maybe;but you need to have a decent thorough physical examination and probable further non invasive including lab testing. How high are your blood counts? Avoid exposure to triggers, eliminate "constrictors"such as garments, smoke exposure, cocaine, OTC cold remedies etc. Talk to your physician. ...Read more
I had angiogram for brain done through my groin two weeks ago. Leg and stomach have huge black bruising and stomach is very firm and painful. Normal??
No: Consistent with excessive bleeding from the site of angiocatheter entry. Call the physician's office responsible for the procedure for recommendations or head to the ER to make sure there is no nerve compression by the blood pocket. Addressing any anticoagulation medication may be necessary. Another potential negative outcome is the formation of connection between the artery and nearby vein. ...Read more
Likely transient: The catheter enters a femoral blood vessel in the inguinal region, where there are cutaneous nerves providing sensation. Since the insertion involves a small incision, the local nerves can be temporarily injured, but should recover fully within 4 weeks. Check with your doctor if this does not reverse. ...Read more
Post angio symptoms: See your doctor to check to be sure there isn't a problem post procedure. ...Read more
Mom had angiogram 3 days ago a little calf cramp only a 4 pain level. Doesn't hurt to touch. It it a emergency?
Doesn't sound it is!:
But I personally like all leg cramps to be evaluated by a physician. So make sure she sees her PCP ASAP, more so if any other symptoms like chest pain, Shortness of breath, develop.
If no associated symptoms then I would just observe and see how it behaves, Taking some Muscle relaxer would be beneficial and using a Hot pack also is helpful. ...Read more
There are several cutaneous nerves in the area.
As the bruising resorbs, this neuropathic discomfort is likely to clear.
Be sure to tell your interventionalists about it.
There are several possible local complications, so be sure there is nothing else. They will check pulses and hematoma. ...Read more
Had angiogram to check which side of brain my speech was on. Went in groin and I now have a large bruise in my inner thigh. Is this normal?
Hematomas are the most common vascular
access site complication, occurring in 5%-25% of patients who undergo groin puncture. The risk of pseudoaneurysms is lower. If the bruise grows or is accompanied by firmness/bulging of the skin in the area, numbness, or pain, you should have it checked out sooner. Http://www. Aacn. Org/wd/Cetests/media/C1253.pdf ...Read more
I had complex aneurysm surgery in June. Have femoral neuralgia from angiograms. Constant pain in groin, and thigh. What can I do to heal it?
Address neuroma: An anesthesiologist who specializes in pain would be one to consult. Injecting lidocaine into the presumed neuroma should give instant relief, but lasts only a few hours. That would confirm the diagnosis and predict response to radio frequency neurolysis (RF). RF can then be used to give months of relief. ...Read more
1wk post ACL recon and calf is excruciatingly sore. Bruising showed up today. Had doppler, angiogram and ultra sound 1wk ago - no clot. What is it?
My mom had a successful angiogram 3 days ago but is very fatigued still and is developing calf cramp only upon walking. There is no swelling or rednes?
I had an CT anigogram of my leg to diagnose varicose vein /hemangioma, so is there a risk that my testicle may have been affected by radiation?
No: There is insufficient scatter radiation from the ct to affect the testicular function. ...Read more
Serious leg pain I think since taking ciplox 500mg is this related. I am due to fly a 13hour flight in a week?
Why am I having leg pain after working out? I haven't worked out in two days and I still have a hard time standing because I the pain in both calves.
Several things: You have symptoms which could be serious and should see your physician. He/she will listen to you, do a physical examinarion, run some tests, and let you know what's going on. ...Read more
Hard to say: There are many potential causes. Sciatica, which is an irritation of a nerve in the back, is one of the more common causes. Arthritic conditions can cause leg pain as can vascular problems. A detailed history and exam can often determine the cause. Thank you for your question. ...Read more
Nerve compression: Although there are several possible causes, if the pain is in the back of the leg (and maybe even down the leg into the foot), it is possible that the sciatic nerveis getting compressed by the toilet seat in the region of your buttock. See your doctor to rule out other causes. ...Read more
I am having intense leg pain at night. It keeps me up at night it is do bad. There is no pain during the day. What could be causing this?
Better be seen.: There is a host of possible conditions that could be causing your calf and leg pain. Without more detail it is difficult to be specific on any one of them. The most problematic condition is the possibility of a blood clot. Because of this, you really should be evaluated, and right soon. Failure to recognize and treat a clot could be catastrophic. ...Read more
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