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Pain In Upper Left Leg
I am a 50 yr female diagnosed with angina have pain in upper left leg that comes and go's? Have a slight fever
Not likely related.: Angina is not manifest as angina. Unless you have severe vascular insufficiency this is most likely related to an ortho problem. This may be related to a hip problem or lower back issue that is referred. See your doc for further advice. How high is the fever? best wishes. ...Read more
Pain in upper left leg / buttock for around one year, radiating to my front abdomen. Could this be a kidney stone?
Way too vague.: Sorry not enough info to provide a helpful response. ...Read more
Leg pain in inner-upper left leg when sitting. Radiates down leg. Increases frequency of unrination. No issues when active. What?
Throbbing pain: That discomfort may be muscular, vascular or bone related. Apparently there is no recent injury such as strain or contusion. Any discoloration, swelling or tenderness? Nerve pain is not usually throbbing. If symptoms persist you will have to be examined by a physician for diagnosis. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hi - I have been having pain in my upper left leg around the veins.This morning found 2 longish lumps in my upper thigh that are warm lightly red?
I have pain in upper knee of left leg only from last 3 days. At first it was mild but from day 3 i could hardly bent my knee&cant put weight on it?
Can be many things: Without a significant trauma, there are several other things to consider. A meniscus tear can cause this type of pain, a stress fracture can make weight bearing painful, gout can cause severe pain and swelling, warmth and difficulty bending and an infection can do the same along with fever, chills and lethargy. I would recommend going to see an orthopaedic surgeon and getting evaluation. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I'm a new runner. After running, I have some pain in my left leg (upper calf muscle and inside of my foot). What could cause this? Thanks!
Stretch!: Make sure you do your warm up and cool down stretches each time you run. This will help your calf muscles and arches from getting strained. Also make sure your shoes are in good repair and not excessively worn, and make sure you are getting adequate arch support. If these measures do not help, talk to your doctor. ...Read more