Natural supplements for blood circulation in the legs - Doctor answers
It depends.: It depends probably on your weight, health, physical condition, and diet. Good exercise can help this a lot, along with weight loss. These often go hand & hand. They can also improve your health, which is part genetic and part what you make of it. A healthy diet of limited fats, sugars, and especially salt can really help blood flow by lowering pressure and lowering risk for atherosclerosis. ...Read more
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Great Question!: Very quickly, high sugar levels lead to increased damage to blood vessels at all levels, especially where those vessels are very small. This causes the blood to slow and then not flow at all. When that happens, the tissue effected dies leading to gangrene. It occurs in the legs, but also in the brain (stroke), the heart (heart attack) and kidneys (renal failure) as well. ...Read more
Multiple Reasons: The cause of 'poor circulation' can have multiple etiologies. It is very improtant to know the exact symptoms before making that diagnosis. Younger individuals are less likely to have circulartory issues unless they are inherited. A good history and physical by your physician will be able to determine, based on their finding, your problems. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Two questions: Two questions. First is livedo reticularis which is pink vascular skin leg disease with net pattern, associated with diseases like lupus, drugs ; dialysis. 2nd is leg hair loss which can be due to pad, drugs, steroids, skin diseases, thyroid problem, alopecia etc. Please see you doctor for history exam and diagnostic tests. Thanks. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I'm 28 year old unmarried. I'm suffering from ED from 2 month. Also pain in both testis and upper area of penis and blood circulation prob in both leg?
ED: Need to have your primary care doctor do a complete evaluation. ...Read more
If you have questions and concerns regarding lower extremity blood flow....You should be evaluated by a vascular specialist.
Meanwhile, don't smoke, watch intake of red meats, lower cholesterol, increase water intake....
Participate with high aerobic low impact exercises. ...Read more
Ambulate: You asked how to increase blood circulation after gangrene. You have concerns about low blood pressure in the legs. The best advise would be to walk as much as you can tolerate. We know that patients who start an exercise program of walking until the feel pain I the legs are able to increase their walking overtime. These patients improve their circulation. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Depends: Most "vascular spots" are either spdier veins angiomas or hemosiderin deposits from venous insufficiency the first two can be treated with injections or laser the last is hard to treat and the goal is to prevent further extension Arterial disease can cause purple or bluish spots that are usually painful snd in the feet ...Read more
I have a really painful foot and leg it feels the blood circulation not write as if its being strangled haven't hurt it or banged it its keeps happen?
Evaluation: If this continues and if there is foot discoloration then you should be seen by pcp who will determine what specialist to send you to. ...Read more
I have been getting needle like pain around my right knee I also have poor blood circulation in my legs. What could it be?
Poor Circulation: It could be related to poor circulation or it could be another problem, such as a nerve condition or musculoskeletal condition (bones, muscle, joints). Since you have poor circulation I would suggest an ultrasound and segmental pressure test done in the vascular doctors office to check to see if you have any issues with progression of your vascular disease. If this is negative, then check other. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have skin dark spot on my legs, 2-3 spots, increases with time, consulted local doctor & they say its just blood circulation issue but keep increase?
See: Dermatologist or vascular surgeon to get 2nepmc. Orgd opinion if u r not satisfied wi what u have been told. HRS, MD, FACC www. Th ...Read more
Symptoms of bone pain, feeling low blood circulation in legs, sharp pains and dull pains, what to do?
See Your Doctor: You may need evaluation for claudication, which is pain in the legs. It can be due to poor circulation in your legs (vascular claudication) but it can also be due to nerve compression (neurogenic claudication) in your back. Either way if it continues to bother you, it should be checked out and treated. ...Read more
How long would it take, with bad blood circulation, before irreversable damage to the leg happens / is done?
Could intermittent tingling in both arms and legs lasting for 2 months be caused by poor blood circulation?
Unlikely: More information is necessary like how long the tingling lasts, exact locations of the sensation, what provokes it, etc. This would be a good question to discuss with your doctor as several other things can cause bilateral upper and lower extremity symptoms - such as things related to nerves, medications, toxins, Raynaud's. ...Read more
My legs often ache or throb if I am on them too long. Is this related to my varicose veins? Or do I just have bad blood circulation?
If you have varicose veins and our experiencing symptoms of aching or throbbing sensation after prolonged standing, it is very likely that the varicose veins are causing this problem.
I would recommend use of a compression stocking during daily activities, and recommended evaluation with a venous Doppler-sonogram to determine the source of the venous reflux, and based on that management ...Read more
Yes: Vascular problems can lead to swollen limbs and should always be evaluated by your doc. ...Read more