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Severe Pain In Ankle No Swelling
Muscle cramps: This is commonly known as Charlie horse. It occur due to fatigue of the muscles. It can also occur in the unconditioned athlete. If that happens to you again you can stop what you're doing massage the muscle apply either hot or cold compress. You can also do some stretching of the muscle. If the problem continues visit your PCP for further evaluationyou may need to have your calcium an ...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
I have minor swelling in one calf mainly in the area right slightly below the knee. No apparent swelling in ankles or feet. No pain or redness.
Swelling Causes: Swelling behind the knee could be a strain or ligament injury. It could be phlebitis. It could also be a cyst called a Baker's cyst. The best course would be to see your family doctor, orthopedist or podiatrist for evaluation. A physical exam and possibly X-rays or an MRI can answer your questions. ...Read more
Possible blood clot: This is a tough one. If its just one foot, first thing i would rule out is a dvt, or deep venous thrombosis. Other conditions to consider are infections, chf, vascular insufficiency, and kidney disease. Either case you need to be evaluated asap. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Differential : Diagnosis would include achilles tendonopathy, post tibial tendonopathy, post tibial neuritis, clot in leg Without examine you the first concern would be a clot in the leg particularly if here is swelling or pain in the calf region. If pain is not there I would not worry as much for a clot and then can move on with he eat of the differential... ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Injury: One-sided swelling in leg and ankle is usually associated with injury, but a condition called chronic venous insufficiency may also be the cause of it. Try elevating your legs and if the swelling goes down, its more venous than injury. See a podiatrist for a more thorough evaluation. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Cartilage problems: Sometimes, cartilage defects in the knee can cause significant pain and discomfort and not be readily apparent on xray. Assuming that you have not had any additional imaging, a MRI evaluation of the knee is warranted if you have persistent pain and seemingly no other signs of structural damage on other tests. ...Read more
Sciatica or clot? Crampy calf occasional pain in arch and down from hip. No redness swelling tenderness to touch. Walking doesn't worsen after longtrip
Pain in groin area right side and some pain in right pelvic area. Not severe. Lifting does not effect, no redness or swelling. No fever or vomiting. ?
Burning knee. : The knee is the largest joint on the body and although it seems like it is very simple, it is a complex joint. The tissue around the joint includes bone, cartilage, tendons and ligaments. Damage to any of these tissues can cause burning pain. A typical example is damage to the cartilage under the knee cap (patella). This is called chondromalacia and can cause burning in the front of the knee. ...Read more
Achilles: Sounds like inflammation of the achilles tendon. This should improve with relative rest, ice, compression and elevation if you develop swelling. You may want to back down on the running if trying to increase mileage. Also get your shoes fitted properly at a running store that specializes in foot gear. If no better in a few weeks then see your doc. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Mild pain in the right leg, more localized behind the knee, sometimes in the hip and ankle. not intense, no swelling or redness. started 3days ago.
Leg pain: Pain or dull ache involving the entire leg is suggestive of nerve impingement from a bulging disc or spur from a vertebra in the lower spine pressing on a nerve root. A knee injury or phlebitis would be more localized to the knee or calf. If discomfort persists consult a physician or a neurologist for diagnosis and treatment advice. An mri of the spine may be recommended. ...Read more
Hernia?: Any straining, heavy lifting?Get a more detailed answer ›
Repetitive stress: 29 y male with unilateral "stabbing" groin pain absent infection signs or symptoms might have soft tissue disorder such as an inguinal hernia, groin muscle tendonitis, or a repetitive stress injury like Sartorious Symdrome. An Osteopath would be the type of doctor to diagnose. ...Read more
Bilateral knee pain only when climbing stairs or sitting to standing since one month, no pain in ankle but mild swelling in ankle and foot. help?
CRPS left foot, stress fx, ORIF- redness, pain, sensitivity, swelling. Right foot swelling sometimes- no other symptoms. CRPS spreading?
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7y/o boy severe pain in 1thigh, can't bear weight w/o severe pain. No injury, no bruising. Area not tender. Can't lift leg w/o pain. Causes?
Pain in front of ankle, midline. No bruising, mild swelling. Occurred spontaneously (no "injury event."). Can walk, but w/ pain. Possible causes?
Burning pain in ankle up to knee. Ankle injury 20 days ago. No fracture in x-ray. Arch and heel pain with sweeling on ankle with burning while walking?
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