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Leg Pain Sitting Too Long
Possible but unlikel: Typically, leg pain when sitting for extended periods of time is due to venous pooling in the limbs, which causes an increase in venous pressure, leading to a wide variety of symptoms, such as aching, heaviness, cramping, fatigue. Etc it is possible to develop superficial blood clots, known as phlebitis, or less likely the more serious dvt, or deep vein thrombosis. See a dr for us to be sure. ...Read more
Intense Leg pain after sitting long time then relieved after exercises or masage. Possible causes?
Leg pain and sitting:
One of the worst habits in the US is too much sitting and driving. Puts a lot of strain on our lower backs. Walking and exercise are very helpful so keep it up.
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Lots of causes: Depending on which part of your leg hurts, and what position you have been sitting in, there are multiple potential causes. With this information, and with a physical exam, a physiatrist or sports med doc can help determine the cause. Can range from muscle cramps from decreased blood flow to tight muscles to an irritated nerve. ...Read more
What are the chances of sum1 my age having vein probs in legs from sitting for long time. I've spent the last year sittin alot. Am gettin bad leg pain?
See vein specialist.: The best way to determine if you have any vein problem would be to see a vein specialist and have a full venous evaluation including a venous reflux ultrasound to look for any signs of venous reflux or insufficiency. Vein problems can occur at any age and there is usually a strong genetic history. Vein symptoms can also be vague so you should see a vein specialist. ...Read more
I have uneven shoulders, back pain, leg pain, hip pain when walking, standing or sitting for long periods of time what could this be?
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
More info please: Leg pain can arise from many sources. If you are taking statins for cholesterol, this can cause pain. Electrolyte inbalances can also cause pain as can phlebitis.Diabetics can develop leg pains from neuropathy and/or damage to blood vessels. Please see your physician and rule out these and other possibilities. ...Read more
Many possibilities: Leg pain that is the result of muscular strain, inflammation, or other types of injury is common when beginning use after being immobile. The muscles contract when they are at rest and often need to be stretched when beginning usage. However, many types of sciatica, nerve pain caused by compression within the spine, can also be worse in the seated position. Your doctor can identify the problem. ...Read more
Varies: It really varies a lot and there are a lot of possible causes. It usually indicates that the position you are putting your leg in when you sit is uncomfortable. This can be from an abnormality in your leg or in some cases it can be normal. Don't hesitate to be seen for an exam. ...Read more
???: Could you rephrase your question as I am unable to understand it in its present format. I think some word (s) has been left out. ...Read more
Leg pain in inner-upper left leg when sitting. Radiates down leg. Increases frequency of unrination. No issues when active. What?
How long is it gonna take from a disc issue in the back that causes a bad leg pain to go away? Getting more painful for now and it's been 3 months
You need to: Contact your treating dr. I suggest you see your pcp. ...Read more
2-3 days: It typically starts on day 3 and lasts for 2 or 3 days. Usually lasts for 3 days. Hope this helps. ...Read more
Real bad right leg pain sitting not as bsd walking is terrible I have to limp every time I walk can't handle this pain anymore. Help?
Have it evaluated: There are many possible causes of your leg pain. Too little info to go on to try to try to diagnose. In general, if leg pain is causing to limp it is time to have it evaluated by a physician. Good luck. ...Read more
Today I stood for a long time when I got home I found a small green vein pointing out in my leg, no leg pain but will it disappear or treat and how?
Rest: If it doesn't get better with rest then it should be looked at by a professional. ...Read more
Back Pain: Many things that can cause these symptoms. If you are healthy with no injuries, avoid flat shoes when you are standing. A low heel rather than a flat shoe can make a big difference. If pain is severe or makes you feel weak or numb or if pain wakes you from sleep, it should be checked by MD right away. Exercises like push ups strengthen core and reduce back pain by improving posture. ...Read more
I have intense hip, lower back and side leg pain on the left side only when sitting or lying down. Your advice is appreciated.?
I have hip and leg pain for a couple of months, especially in the morning, I have an hour long commute to and from work, I'm 54 and in menopause, ?
It's impossible to say where your pain is coming from without an examination but it's usually musculoskeletal. Long commutes are difficult on the body and the body tends to complain if it's not getting proper exercise and stretching.
There is also a condition called piriformis syndrome which acts like sciatica, pain in hip and buttock radiating down leg. This responds to exercise too. Y. ...Read more
I have leg pain all the time not when I am walking just sitting still and I can't stand certain fabric to touch against it sometime feel like burning?
Need more history: First of all is this problem in both legs? Is there a history of trauma to the leg or back? If symptoms are bilateral then something like peripheral neuropathy could be considered. It usually starts in foot sole and moves proximally. If there is history of trauma then a process like RSD/CRPS could be considered and people express hyperalgesia, allodynia, Lumbar radiculopathy is also possible. ...Read more
I have ctd & can run 6-8 miles painfree & feel great but if I sit too long, I get leg pain so excruciating, it hurts to touch my skin. Is that typical?
Stiffness at rest: It is very common for folks with autoimmune problems to have morning stiffness that improves with time and exercise. Start slow but try to keep moving! ...Read more
I have pain in my right ball. Its hurts if I touch it, when I sit down or raise my leg. Pain also goes up to my abdomen sometimes but doesn't last long?
Please see your: Doctor. It could be anything from a strain, to torsion of the cord attached to testicle, or more. The only way to know is w/an exam. Peace and good health. ...Read more
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