Left leg swollen and painful, hurts to walk?

Strain. if you are active and no real warm up activity before strenous lifting or exercise, this is likely a minor tear at the myotendinous junction of the muscle in your leg.

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I'm a 40 yr. Old female with swelling and pain in my left leg, and it hurts to walk. Not on any medication.?

Muscle strain. could also be arthritic joint if the swelling is near the near or ankle or deep vein thrombosis which would need treatment if the pain is above the knee. Read more...

Small red and sore bumps on lower left leg, pain in calf area and hurts to walk, only left leg only?

Pain in calf. that makes it difficult to walk is definitely something you want to have looked at by your provider! The rash may or may not be related. Deep vein thrombosis sometimes present with pain in the calf region as well as swelling, warmth and redness. Get it physically looked at for a definitive diagnosis! Read more...
Check the Bed. Whether or not the small red bumps are related to your calf pain remains unclear. It could be totally separate from the bumps. Small painful red bumps, especially on the calf area are highly suspicious of insect bites and reaction to their injected protein. Bed bug bites are described much in the same way as you describe them. When in doubt, check it out. Read more...

Left leg pain moves from ankle to chalf and back of thigh hurts when sitting down and hurts to walk some when walk more pain goes away I think I twisted it why its hurting no swelling no redness?

More.Likely musculo. Skeletal pain, less likely circulation or clot problems. See ur dr for a thorough exam.Take care! Read more...
Flexibility Issue. There are 2 reasonably unique muscles in the lower body- the hamstrings and calves (gastrocnemius). What makes them unique is that these two muscles cross 2 major joints, which makes them hard to keep stretched out. When we sit, these 2 muscles tighten. Then, when we stand to walk, we are too tight to be comfortably upright. You have got to stay loose throughout the day. Stretch 3-5x each day. Read more...

I've had calf pain in my left leg for over three years now. No swelling or redness but it hurts to walk on. Could this be a DVT after all this time?

Unlikely. I will do the never say never but highly doubt this is from a DVT - would expect swelling if there was a dvt. It is not impossible though. Read more...
Probably not. Dvt classically result in swelling +- pain (from a little to alot). Post -dvt syndrome can hurt for years after the DVT has resolved. See a doc ( vascular md if you are vry anxious about a dvt) and look for other causes . Read more...