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Leg pain from hip to ankle, what could be wrong?

Leg pain from hip to ankle, what could be wrong?

Unknown: There are too many possibilities for this forum. A good work up will include bone structure, mechanics, soft tissue, circulation, nerves, etc. Etc. Should discuss first with pcp or internist then see the appropriate specialist. ...Read more

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Leg Pain (Definition)

Leg pain is a clinical finding that can occur with exercise, injury, arthritis, infection, ...Read more


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Pregnant in 20 week while sleeping feel pain in legs from hips to ankle .what is causing this pain and what is the treatment?

Pregnant in 20 week while sleeping feel pain in legs from hips to ankle .what is causing this pain and what is the treatment?

Leg pain: You may be developing sciatic pain because of compression of your sciatic nerve because if your pregnancy. A change in your sleeping position may be helpful ...Read more

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If I am having hip and leg pain, but my leg feels like warm water is being poured over it in random places with red warm circles on inside of ankle ?

If I am having hip and leg pain, but my leg feels like warm water is being poured over it in random places with red warm circles on inside of ankle ?

Tough problem: There are many things to consider and too complicated for this 400 character space. With your complaints and not knowing you and your history, it appears you need to have a good history, exam and review of health and meds and more diagnostics. Get seen soon by your pcp/family physician internest or a vascular doctor. It sounds significant and important. ...Read more

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Can having a hypertonic pelvic floor cause leg pain in both legs? Pain from the hips all the way down each leg to the ankle?

Can having a hypertonic pelvic floor cause leg pain in both legs? Pain from the hips all the way down each leg to the ankle?

Yes it can: Pelvic floor is a highway for nerves that supply the legs. Common problems include piriformis spasm that causes a sciatica irritation down the posterior leg and buttock. And the SI joint can rotate causing severe pain in posterior buttock or groin area and anterior thigh. Get examined by a PMR doc, ob-gyn or orthopoedist who,is familiar with this exam and treatment options. ...Read more

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What is causing my leg pain between my ankle and knee?

What is causing my leg pain between my ankle and knee?

Many things : Can be the cause including a clot which is usually present in the calf region, tendonitis can occur, shin splints, stree fracture, poor circulation is a possibility but less common for your age group. ...Read more

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Nine years ago I had a T plate and seven screws implanted in my ankle. I have had constant ankle and leg pain. Where can I get the plate removed?

East move to make.: It would be wise to first have a competent specialist evaluate your ankle. This could be an orthopedic surgeon or a trained podiatric surgeon. Once it is determined that your foot and leg pain are indeed caused by the hardware, then the proper steps can be started for the removal of such. You can try first seeing your family physician for a referral if the original surgeon is no longer available. ...Read more

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I started having pain in my ankle after turning it outward while walking up a hill. I had an X-ray that was negative. I do have occasional leg pain, mostly in my ankle. What shouldi do?

I started having pain in my ankle after turning it outward while walking up a hill. I had an X-ray that was negative. I do have occasional leg pain, mostly in my ankle. What shouldi do?

Get re-evaluated: If there is a severe sprain, it is a soft tissue injury. An x-ray will not demonstrate that. The instability created by that kind of injury will cause a change in gait which can also affect the leg. You need to get rechecked. Options for treatment may include conservative means such as bracing or if the injury is severe, surgery may be warranted. ...Read more

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