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Leg Pain Moving Up Leg
Er though4-sure I had a blood clot blockage in my left leg test normal. Feels like something's moving in my leg& pain won't go away. What would it b?
Blood clot: Get a second opinion on venous ultrasound. ...Read more
Fell at work onto buttucks, walk with a limp, left foot drop, and constant pain on the left side all the way down from my back to my leg, pain moving?
Urgent matter: Any injury resulting in a loss of function is an urgent matter for medical attention. Foot drop due to an acute nerve injury can become permanent. Seek emergency care to assess your lumbar/sacral spine and the degree of injury causing your foot drop now! ...Read more
A very interesting question ad before you are told it's in your imagination let me offer a thought:
This could be a protruded disc at the L4-5 level in your BACK and when you strain you INCREASE intra-abdominal pressure thus putting more pressure on that nerve!
Ask your Primary Care Provider if this is possible!!!!!!!
HOPING this helps! Dr Z ...Read more
I'm getting pain in the top of my left buttock when moving that's making my left leg ache down to my ankle. Is this sciatica?
I am experiencing limb spasms, abnormal movements (quality: uncontrollable and repetitive), hip pain and leg pain. The following also describe me... No BP in L. arm, dr barely found pulse in L. wrist. Vascular?
Pain in lower abdomen, lower back and legs. Pain so bad I can't stop moving legs. Also, running a fever of 103. Very lightheaded when standing.?
Go to the ER: You need to be evaluated and treated. Fever usually is due to underlying infenction and usually urinary tract infection is frequent to see in females but still can be due to other diseases. Again go to ER since simple testing can help to elucidate your diagnosis. Lightheaded probably you are dehydrated due to the fever. ...Read more
Anything from A to Z: There is not enough information here 2 even guess. There are so many things, sciatica, plebitis, muscle strain. Stress fracture. Infections, tumors. Each has its own presentation so much more information is needed. Slso, , the list above is only a few cases legs include hips, knees, , ankle feet. So you can see that much more information is needed. ...Read more
See your doctor: This is a problem that necessitates a face-to-face meeting with your doctor. This will allow him/her to examine you, ask specific questions. And possibly order tests to find out what's wrong and what to do to help you. ...Read more
Let me help you:
You decide to eliminate coffee and similar stimulants from your diet, you may go through caffeine withdrawal. One symptom of withdrawal is muscle aches and pains.
You can manage the symptoms with Ibuprofen or acetaminophen. Soothing tense muscles with hot water jets or a hot compress may also alleviate muscle pain. ...Read more
No: Thre is no known indicaiton for trazadone to treat leg pain. One cannot state that it didn't make the pain go away but it is not recommended for this use and no known documentation to me that it releives leg pain. Discuss this with your treating physician. Very interesting if it is used for your of if it was effective. ...Read more
Usually disc: Excruciating pain from the hip down to the ankle can be due to a disc prolaplse causing nerve root pressure or the possiblity of a bony injury producing irritation of the adjoining nerve and or muscle needs to considered. Bursal inflmmation around the hip can also produce these symptoms. ...Read more
See a podiatrist...: You can take otc or prescription anti-inflammatories to decrease the discomfort of arthritis, wear cushioned insoles to decrease pressure when walking, or have a surgical procedure to potentially re-align or fuse the joints that are giving you pain. It's impossible to tell for sure without a face-to-face exam. ...Read more
Depends: Side leg pain could be due to the muscles or joints in your leg or hips. It could also be due to the nerves in your back. See your primary care and they can steer you towards orthopedics or interventional pain physicians if you need to see a specialist. ...Read more
Let it me try: Arnica: commonly know as the mountain daisy, arnica montana's healing properties were first discovered in the 16th century. Mountain climbers would chew the fresh plant to relieve soar muscles or bruises from falls. Today pro-sport athletes as well as "soccer moms" use arnica for the same indications in the convenient pellet form. Thank you. ...Read more
Get diagnosis first: First need a diagnosis as to what is the source of the pain, can not treat what you do not know. Leg pain could have many different causes taht will need different treatments according the ethiology. ...Read more
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