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What can I do for this pain in back of leg calf muscle and swelling in feet?

Rule out DVT. The most dangerous thing to rule out (assuming no trauma to the leg) is deep vein thrombosis, or blood clot. This is evaluated by doppler ultrasound. Once this is ruled out, then other more common, but non life-threatening musculoskeletal conditions can be evaluated. Read more...

I keep getting sharp stabbing pain in the heels of my feet and in my calf muscle only on my right leg with a little swelling. What could be causing it? And what can I do to get it to stop?

Leg swelling & pain. Leg swelling and pain concerning for a blood clot in the calf. This is more common during and soon after pregnancy. I see you had a tubal ligation, recently? If you have not been evaluated, you should get an exam and an ultrasound (if anyone is worried you may have a blood clot). Blood clots in the leg can cause embolism to the lungs and brain. Please do not wait to get seen. Read more...
Heel andCalf pain. Your shoes may not be allowing enough midfoot support. Arch supports may help. Calf pain can be from suboptimal shoe heel height and from low potassium as well as other cuases. A podiatrist may prove helpful as well as ice packs to heels 15 mins 3x/dy. Read more...

It's been 4 weeks that I was told I tore my calf muscle I still have lots of swelling in calf ankle and foot anything I should be concerned about?

See medical provider. The biggest concern after a torn calf muscle with continued swelling is to make sure you haven't developed a blood clot (DVT) in your calf. You should see a provider to rule out a DVT. Once this has been ruled out, it takes a muscle tear 6-8 weeks to heal, but you may have swelling longer than that in your calf/ankle. You should probably be in a walking boot to help the healing process. Read more...