Is there any medication that can cause a detached retina or torn calf muscle?

None. These are mechanical and structural events usually preceded by straining or anatomical problems. No medication will cause them but some can ease the pain.

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Can a severely torn calf muscle cause a blood clot?

Yes it's possible! It's possible that swelling from the injury causing obstruction to venous flow (coupled with immobility of the leg due to injury) can both lead to clot formation. The problem is that swelling at the calf and below would be expected from injury alone. Blood clot below the knee is less worrisome, but if it spreads higher, then treatment would be warranted. Ultrasound would be best for diagnosis. Read more...

How do I treat a torn calf muscle? How will I know I have this? Can this cause a more visible vein & can this be from the treadmill & how does it feel

See below. Unless you s stained severe traumatic injury to your lower leg you probably have a strain of your calf muscle and some partial tears these are generally treated conservatively with rest ice compression and elevation and progressive weight-bearing i would get some crutches to begin with and walking only no running or jumping. A oral over-the-counter anti-inflammatory medication as recommended unless medically contraindicated would be helpful. Seeing an orthopedic surgeon for further treatment as I have limited information and examination from what you have provided would also be helpful. Read more...
Rest. It hurts a lot if there is a large tear you need to see an orthopedist to repair it. Read more...

Is it possible for a pulled or torn calf muscle cause pain in the bottom of a foot or flat feet?

Sure. If you tore a leg muscle you will likely walk in a way to compensate and this an put pressure on the foot causing pain. Also, there are nerves in the leg which continue into the foot and these may be effected i n a way to cause pain to the foot. Read more...
Yes. Most of the pain in the foot would be due to compensation from the calf injury. Read more...
Yes. The calf muscles become the achilles tendon.It attaches to the heel. If you have a gait change you could have pain in the foot. I suggest you be evaluated by your dr. Read more...

For what length of time can it take for a torn calf muscle to heal?

6-12 weeks. 6-12 weeks depending on location of muscle. Initial rest and possible immobilization is recommended. Then re-evaluation by your dr. Or pt to start rehab. Read more...

What can you do for a torn calf muscle and torn Achilles tendon?

Get treat. options. Torn calf muscles are usually treated non-operatively. However, achilles ruptures can be treated either operatively or non-operatively. The important points cannot be covered entirely here. See an orthopaedic foot and ankle surgeon in your area: www.Aofas.Org. Read more...