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Sharp Pain In Leg Vein
Horrible sharp pain in leg. Inside of right leg. Comes and goes. Only lasts a few seconds. No other symptoms. Not swollen, not warm. Could it be dvt?
See below: This could be the tarsal t syndrome, like the carpal ts in the hand. The tarsal tunnel is located on the inner aspect of the foot, nearer to the heel. ...Read more
Something is wrong: Anytime you have pain, there is something wrong. There are a few possibilities. It could be the foot pain comes first, i.E plantar fascitis and as a result you are compensating or walking differently and then getting the leg pain. Knowing if you are flatfooted or have a high arch would help but in either case an orthotic might help. A nerve problem should also be ruled out. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have sharp superficial leg pain over a vein in my right calf since waking. More noticeable on rest & palpating. Could it be serious?
Sounds like: Superficial thrombophlebitis. This is an inflammation of a superficial vein which may contain a clot. This happens most often in varicose veins. Continue to use your leg and non steroidal anti-inflammatory medications may help. If there are infection signs, you may need an antibiotic. It should resolve in 7-10 days. All the best. ...Read more
Would aspirin help or worsen deep vein thrombosis? Worried about possible blood clot from pain in leg and going to dr tomorrow.
A vein on my leg suddenly swole up and had sharp pain like i'd kicked something with my shin. I iced it immediately and the pain and swelling went ?
You did: exactly the correct thing! You may have had a temporary blockage in the vein..in any event if there is no recurrence mention it at your next routine health assessment! Hope this helps Dr Z ...Read more
My mom has a sharp pain in her vein from her butt to her leg. It hurts when she walks and stands but not when she sits. This occur after airport
What kind of doctor to see for My mom has a sharp pain in her vein from her butt to her leg. It hurts when she walks and stands but not when she sits.
You mean nerve not : Vein. Usually the sciatic nerve involves the pathway you're describing. Normally most people don't have pain symptoms from veins, unless there's a varicose vein that's very painful that might be in your mom's leg. She needs to see her PCP for further medical advice, and S/he will recommend PT, meds your mom can take. Also a DO, or doctor of osteopathic medicine can provide osteopathic treatment for relief. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Sharp pain traveling on outer right calf between knee and ankle for 7 years. 3 mri's 3 ct's, 2 vein ultrasounds, xrays, all negative, tried nuerontin?
Neuropathic Pain: Have you had a nerve conduction study or EMG? Was there a rash there several years ago? I'm wondering if this could possibly be a post-herpetic neuralgia. If there is a history of shingles on that body part, this could be the underlying cause. Consider seeing a Neurologist and/or a Pain specialist and maybe a podiatrist. The origin of the pain could be your foot. ...Read more
Sharp pain under knee. Went to ER and had blood tests done and doctor said no sign in blood work for blood clot. Feeling discomfort in foot veins?
L5 over S1 anterolisthesis not much back pain but serious numbness / sharp pain in leg. any other treatment than surgery? grade 2
Sharp shooting pain in leg on right side of knee on right leg tonight. Some may be other places other nights, now it is going up my thigh.
Very common: The best estimate is that about 25% of the adult population of the United States will develop varicose veins. Of these, varicose veins are nearly twice as likely to occur in women than men (35% vs 18%). They are also more likely to occur as you get older. By the time you are in your 70s, the risk is well over 50% for men and women. At least 80 million american adults have varicose veins. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Thromboembolism: "thrombo"=clot & "embolism"=movement. So thromboebolism referred to the traveling of a clot from one portion of the body to another. When clot begins in a leg vein and "embolizes" to another part of the body, it typically travels into the lungs where it then gets lodged. This is referred to as a pulmonary embolism. It can be lethal. Other times chest pain, trouble breathing, & lung damage occur ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Venous insufficinecy: Visible veins on the legs are usually the result of venous insufficiency. The insufficiency may be in the skin [resulting tiny spider veins], or below the surface of the skin [ causing tiny and varicose veins] or in deep veins. It is best to have this evaluated by a vein specialist, often with aid of an ultrasound to see how best to treat. Weight loss or fat loss also makes veins more visible. ...Read more
Laser closure.: I do a procedure called endovenous laser ablation or closure of the saphenous veins. The procedure is done under local tumescent anesthesia which is a very dilute local anesthesia which is injected along the course of the saphenous veins prior to layering. Sometimes oral sedation is also used. If there are large varicose veins these are removed through small micro (2mm) incisions. ...Read more
What to do if i want to have leg vein surgery can you tell me about he procedure i want a honest opinion?
See vascular surgeon: Difficult to give you a complete answer without examination of your legs. Vascular surgeon would be the best person to see and treat you. Have an ultrasound first to examine for vein reflux. Most common therapy is vein ablation through an IV in the vein in the doctors office, followed by possible sclerotherapy or phlebectomies. Results usually great and disccomfort minimal. See vein specialist. ...Read more