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Why do I hv so much pain in my legs when I am on my menstral?

Why do I hv so much pain in my legs when I am on my menstral?

Lumbar plexus: When anything in the pelvis or lower abdomen become inflamed or irritated, such as during monthly female patterns, the nerves coming from those organs communicate to the brain via a group of nerves that go through the lumbar plexus of nerves in the lower back. The nerves that feed your legs come out of the lumbar spine. There maybe a related trigger between these structures in your case. ...Read more

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Menstrual (Definition)

Menstrual refers to the monthly cycle in women which prepares the female for ovulation, generally once per month, which is that time of month that the egg can be fertilized by the male sperm, for the purpose of reproduction. Menstrual cycles start at the first day of menstruation. (it's always been curious to me that 'menstrual' and ...Read more


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Horrible menstrual cramp start 2 week before period. Heavy bleeding and bleeding and clots leg pain and back pain ?

Horrible menstrual cramp start 2 week before period. Heavy bleeding and bleeding and clots leg pain and back pain  ?

Often?...: Does this happen often, or in other words,are these symptoms have been happening with your period for a while? If so anti-inflammatory meds(ibuprofen, naproxen) couple of days before and during your period can help.If not effective then you will need to see your GYN provider for possible birth control pills prescription which can also help with this problem.They can also do a formal exam and tests ...Read more

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I get leg pain when I walk to little, to much, cross them or has my other leg on them, I walk every day but is there anything else I can do to stop it?

I get leg pain when I walk to little, to much, cross them or has my other leg on them, I walk every day but is there anything else I can do to stop it?

Broad differential: Leg pain has a broad differential, but the most common orthopedic reason is related to back problems. Since i see you are 26 it is unlikely that you have a vascular problem, which leaves something neurogenic or rheumatologic. Since the differential diagnosis is so broad, i recommend you start with your family practitioner to narrow the differential. ...Read more

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I am marketing executive. min 8hrs bike travel. now i feel so much of back pain leg pain daily. what is the solution?

I am marketing executive.  min 8hrs bike travel.  now i feel so much of back pain leg pain daily. 
what is the solution?

Doagnosis: eval and imaging artive at a diagnosis treat condition back psin shooting down leg might start with causes of siatica disc herniation most common your bike riding is irrelevant ...Read more

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I have problem of likoria from last 11 years bt don't have much cure, nd nw body become weak nd leg pain ocurs at any time. Kindly suggest?

Restate : Likoria is not a word. Please check the spelling and then resubmit your question. Perhaps you're referring to leukorrhea? If so then have a doctor test the vaginal discharge. If no infections show up then it's probably just normal discharge. Nuvaring is an effective method at controlling chronic leukorrhea. ...Read more

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Can gout cause lower leg pain?

Yes: Gout could cause pain in all the joints and adjacent tissue to it. Good luck, thank you. ...Read more

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How to alleviate foot/leg pain?

How to alleviate foot/leg pain?

Arch support: Many types of foot and leg pain are caused by lack of arch support. The mechanics of the foot are very complicated and if there are even small variations it can cause a lot of pain. Wearing an arch support in your shoe that is the right fit for your foot type can help a lot. I recommend you see a podiatrist for evaluation and treatment. ...Read more

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How do I reduce foot and leg pain?

Shoes, orthotics.: There are many different causes of foot and leg pain, but supportive shoes and orthotics are a good start toward relief. Make sure your shoe has a solid back that holds your heel, and a firm sole (you should not be able to "wring" the shoe, or bend it in half). Use inserts (like custom orthotics) to support your arch and midfoot. ...Read more