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Prevent Swelling Leg Cramps Knee
I have a venous us and see a vascular doc in a week for severe bilateral foot/ankle swelling attacks. The leg cramps/pain behind knee. ? How to sleep?
One of the concerns : Is a clot, a bakers cyst is another that comes to mind. A clot is serious if present and needs to be dealt with immediately. The question is did you already have he ultrasound or not? If you didnt go get it done...And do not wait a week. If you did and it was negative, i would call the doctors office anyway explain your ina lot of pain and ask to be seen earlier. Perhaps ice would help.... ...Read more
Swelling is the enlargement of organs, skin, or other body parts. It is caused by a buildup of fluid in the tissues. The extra fluid can lead to a rapid increase in weight over a short period of time (days to weeks). Swelling can occur all over the body (generalized) or only in one part ...Read more
Bf is 2 mos. S/p r hemicolectomy (open). Severe leg cramps wake him several times nightly. No leg swelling. He hydrates & eats fruit. What can he do?
He may need: To consider a muscle relaxor, like cyclobenzaprine, at night. I would have him talk to his doctor. Good luck. ...Read more
Mother fell in the road and scraped her body up from toes to shoulders 5 days ago and is now having stiffness, swelling, leg cramps. Normal?
Has she seen a Doc?: Sounds like a pretty serious fall. Have the scrapes been tended to by a doctor to avoid infection? Why & how did she fall to cause so much damage? My guess is she's at least in her 60's if not 70's or even more so that kind of tumble can cause widespread soreness for sure. Recommend X-rays. If you'd like a virtual consult write: www.healthtap.com/drsaghafi Key Code: PDXFNR to make appointment. ...Read more
I had gastric bypass almost 8 years ago over the past couple years ago I have had horrible leg cramps on the inside of my thighs they are horribly painful and also seem to happen when I have a lot of swelling in my legs relief?
I am feeling fatigue, occasionally dizziness swelling of calves&ankles., occasionally leg cramps. Heart cath was good, leg circulation test was good what could be wrong
You need to visit: Your internist, for a complete history and physical. Blood work sounds like a good idea as well. Do you take medications? Any medical conditions? Cramping in legs at night? Or while walking? There are more questions that need to be answered.....To help you. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Could I have lupus? Joint pain, tingling in toes, water retention, leg cramps, swelling around eyes, red face, headaches, fatigue, graves diseas
Only a good eval by-: -a rheumatologist can give you a good answer. You need to see one for hands on eval & lab tests. Some of the symptoms does suggest lupus, but you need an answer, & that is the best way to have the question answered. ...Read more
Magnesium!: Leg cramps are usually due to a magnesium deficiency. I would suggest 400 mg of either magnesium aspartate, magnesium citrate, magnesium glycinate, magnesium maleate or magnesium taurate to relieve this problem. Do not waste your time with other forms of magnesium. These are available over the counter. If you take too much magnesium, you will get diarrhea. ...Read more
Several things: Night-time leg cramps are common. Try stretching your calf muscles before going to bed: stand away from a wall and lean forward keeping one heel flat and bringing the other foot forward; hold 30-60 seconds and then stretch the other side. Consider stretching several times a day. There are medications for some conditions that help. See your primary provider if stretching does not work. ...Read more
Second trimester, experiencing leg cramps in the morning when u wake up in bed, is this normal, and what can i do to prevent them.
Fluids.: Make sure that you have a full amount of water in your system. You can also drink gatorade, for electrolyte replacement, and, stretch the affected muscles. Hopefully, that will do the trick for you. ...Read more
Could be the shoes: It very well may be the shoes or it could be how you run. I would get an evaluation on your shoes and running style. Not everyone is built to run. You really do have to learn how to do it. Some people are just born runners. May need orthotics as well. See a Podiatrist for a work up. ...Read more
Many possibilities: Restless leg syndrome usually causes such symptoms in the evening and bedtime. Poor circulation has to be considered. Certain medications, low potassium levels, other conditions as well should be considered. Talk to your internist or sleep physician. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
What causes leg cramps in the middle of the night? What can I do to get them to stop? How can I prevent them from re-occurring?
Why does symbicort (budesonide and formoterol) or prednisone cause leg cramps at night? What nutrient do I need to prevent them? I have to be able to make them stop! so painful!
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