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Sudden Calf Pain While Running
Sudden calf pain. But pain in upper thigh near butt for a week or two. Started running about a month ago. DVT? Or mire likely overuse or injury?
DVT Unlikely BUT....: Hi, it is unlikely to get a DVT in a 31 yr old active person but some people do have family histories of blood clots or thick blood which may increase your chances. Most likely it is a gastroc strain since you just started running recently. You need to ease into running. Start with short distances and work your way up. The buttock pain is likely sciatic irritation. Stretch Stretch before running. ...Read more
Means a pain in the calf. This can be from muscle strain, a clot in a vein, a torn tendon, infection or a host of several other problems, including referred pain from someplace higher up, like the lower back. The best starting place for calf pain is your primary medical doctor, who can then make an appropriate referral depending on what he or she ...Read more
If a person had a DVT that was causing calf pain, would running exacerbate the pain while engaged in that exercise?
No injury lower calf pain x6mon, dr said use ice/heat. Started running 2day, now have warm sensation off/on outside calf2thigh? Not swollen/red/hot
Calf pain: How often are you doing your exercises? Do you maintain a consistent schedule or a sporadic one? Do you stretch before you run? You might start slow and run a short distance while allowing your body to get use to the work out. As time passes, you can start increasing the distance and speed as well. ...Read more
Ice, rest, stretch: Usually this problem is secondary to running on a hard surface or repetitive activity. Treatment is ice massage, nsaids, rest and stretching. Also your running shoes lose their cushioning function before they wear out visually. So if you run on a regular basis, replace your shoes every 6-8 months. ...Read more
Several Options...: "shin splint" typically refers to pain on the front of the lower leg, but can present in the back. Pain in this area may come from medial tibial stress syndrome (mtss), stress fractures, or compartment syndrome. Identifying the underlying reason for your pain can then help with a specific plan of care. Treatments usually consist of rest, stretching, ice, massage, or orthotics. (drmarkgalland.Com). ...Read more
Severe knee pain for 12 days. Calf pain and ankle pain. Feels like water running in ankle. Stiff ankle and acl. Can't rest heel without pain.
Sudden onset of pain on side/bend of knee in L leg w/calf pain,no swelling or discoloration.Worse when walking.Have May-Thurner.Cause 4 concern?
May-Thurner syndrome: Absolutely. Get a left lower extremity ultrasound ASAP. Your doc may elect to get a D-dimer blood test as well. Have you been stented? Although MTS is associated with a small percentage of deep venous blood clots in the left leg (very rarely right) there is a significant rate of recurrence of DVTs in folks that have this condition. Don't sit on this. Seek further care. Better safe than sorry. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I had a sudden calf pain during a training run. Then I read about blood clots. Is it more likely a sprain since i wasnt sedentary at time. Ty?
Pain: This sounds most likely that you strained your calf. Blood clots are always a possibility, but in an active man with no history of clotting problems odds are low. Rest, NSAI fluids. If calf would persist to swell and have worsening pain with rest recheck. ...Read more
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