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Does heel pain in blood pressure?

Does heel pain in blood pressure?

Heel pain: Has no relation to blood pressure, it can be from plantar fascitis or spurs in the bones, you need a foot doctor, try wearing shoes with better arch support first. ...Read more

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Can a slipped disk cause problems when walking with pressure in the forefoot and tightness and twitching in the toes?

Can a slipped disk cause problems when walking with pressure in the forefoot and tightness and twitching in the toes?

Yes: L5-s1 disk herniation, or slipped disc, can irritate either the L5 or s1 nerve root. Nerve irritation can cause leg pain, weakness, numbness. These symptoms can radiate down to the foot. This might affect your toes when walking. See your doctor, who can decide if MRI is needed, and if you need treatment. ...Read more

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Could arthritis in my spine cause pain in my hips and knees?

Could arthritis in my spine cause pain in my hips and knees?

Yes: When you have joint abnormalities in one place, you tend to compensate in other joints which then leads to abnormal wear and tear in other locations. Also, arthritis in one spot can indicate you are at risk in other places. Remain active, keep your weight down, and enjoy activity. ...Read more

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Can flat feet be responsible for chronic pain in the knees hips and lower back?

Can flat feet be responsible for chronic pain in the knees hips and lower back?

Yes: Flat feet, pes planus, can contribute to low back, hip and knee pain as can over pronation or over supination of the feet. The feet provide the base for the body. If there is something out of alignment or not providing the "shock absorbing" that is needed it is transmitted up the "kinetic chain" of the body. Flat feet lack the arches that provide the "spring in the step" that absorb the shock. ...Read more

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Hi, can spinal stenosis cause pressure in the head and weakness in legs.?

Hi, can spinal stenosis cause pressure in the head and weakness in legs.?

Yes: If spinal stenosis is severe enough in the neck or cervical spine it can cause a condition known as myelopathy which can include these symptoms. Also, degenerative changes in neck can also contribute to some of these complaints. There is a 20% chance of co-existing stenosis in lumbar spine as well when it is found in neck. A double whammy! but so can other conditions so you see your physician! ...Read more

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Pain in hips in morning only when flexing or bending cause? Pcos htn

Pain in hips in morning only when flexing or bending cause? Pcos htn

Cause not clear: Neither problem is the likely cause of symptoms. If they persist see your physician to begin evaluationn. ...Read more

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Can anxiety cause pressure in forehead only when standing up?

Can anxiety cause pressure in forehead only when standing up?

Maybe: It is possible that someone with a history of anxiety can have headaches only when standing, espec. If standing is the beginning of going somewhere that stresses you out. That being said, do you have any change in your vision, are you on birth contrrol pills, and/or are you overweight? If so, please have your md check your eyes, as you could have another problem that is more serious (treatable!). ...Read more

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Pain in feet specially in heel region while walking?

Pain in feet specially in heel region while walking?

Need more info: Without more information, i can only guess. My best guess is plantar fasciitis. Here is a good place to start to know about this disease: http://en.Wikipedia.Org/wiki/plantar_fasciitis. ...Read more

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Can prednisone cause pain in hips legs and lower back?

Can prednisone cause pain in hips legs and lower back?

Unlikely: Prednisone is much more likely to relieve these pains, though anything is possible. It is a powerful anti-inflammatory and usually reduces musculoskeletal pain. Please consult your doctor. James dillard, md. ...Read more

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Swelling and pain in ankles knees and wrists?

Have it evaluated.: You may benefit by seeing a rheumatologist. ...Read more

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Severe pain in both my legs when I walk in dress shoes?

See a Podiatrist: Sounds like your foot function, also called your gait, is not in alignment. First thing is stop wearing the dress shoes, which are casuing the pain. Find a local podiatrist. ...Read more

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Inflation in knee joints, pain in right ankle, wbc 24000, staphylococcus aureus in blood culture. back pain also, pain in neck back.

Inflation in knee joints, pain in right ankle, wbc 24000, staphylococcus aureus in blood culture. back pain also, pain in neck back.

Explanation : You have serous condition what call sepsis and arthritis -knee and ankle, with blood abnormallities typical with this condition. I hope you already started appropriate treatment with antibiotics. Your doctor should explain this to you. ...Read more

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Eyes pressure increases resulting in pain?

Eyes pressure increases resulting in pain?

Not likely: If your eye pressure is high enough to cause pain, you would also experience hazy vision, nausea, and eye redness. Pressure behind the eyes is almost always due to sinus problems. Sinuses surround the eye socket and can cause what really feels like eye pain. See your family doc to sort things out. ...Read more

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Knee pain behind the knee-not walking most sitting and in bed at night...?

Knee pain behind the knee-not walking most sitting and in bed at night...?

A few thoughts: You have to consider what is behind the knee. There are blood vessels, tendons, muscles, knee joint. You have to consider each of these. When you are evaluated these will be looked at to try to clarify your symptoms. ...Read more

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Diagnosed unknown problem with muscles in my hips since age 6, causes knees and ankles to turn in when walking. Pain and burning sensation more often?

Diagnosed unknown problem with muscles in my hips since age 6, causes knees and ankles to turn in when walking. Pain and burning sensation more often?

Femoral anteversion: On of the more common causes of "In/toeing" is known as femoral anteversion, in which the femoral neck of the hip is angular end anteriorly. This can cause a person to swing the leg internally at the hip to try to out it in a more neutral position. It can be associated with symptoms along the tensor fascia Lata that can cause hip and knee pain. Therapy can often help dramatically for symptoms. ...Read more

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Pain in my knees?

Pain in my knees?

Many possibilities: Knee pain can be due to many things such as gout, infection, inflammation of the bursa, or due to tendon, cartilage, or bone abnormalities. Have it evaluated by a professional and get the appropriate treatment. ...Read more

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Random crippling sharp pain in my heel, swelling and bruising of the spongy skin nearby. Can stand on toes but not put pressure on heel standing. ?

Random crippling sharp pain in my heel, swelling and bruising of the spongy skin nearby. Can stand on toes but not put pressure on heel standing. ?

Don't test it.: It is not all that uncommon for heels to hurt in what can be described as sharp pain. The swelling and bruising put your condition in a very different light though. Until you have your heel examined professionally, it is probably best to stay off the foot. A lot can probably be gleaned from the history of the events leading up to the symptoms. An x-ray or possibly an mri may be necessary. ...Read more

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Pain in feet. Mostly outer side and heels. Difficulty walking.

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Poor foot support: You may have poor foot support. Condition like plantar fasciitis is quite common; it can result in pain in the heel. Make sure you wear a pair of shoes with good arch support or get a pair of shoe inserts. If condition continues, then consult with a podiatrist for evaluation. ...Read more