Is bed rest good for leg pain? .Or walking

Depends. Determining the treatment for leg pain depends heavily on the cause of the leg pain. If you are having leg pains, then it is advisable to see your physician to determine the cause of the pain and then to administer proper treatment to alleviate the pain.
Depends. It would depend on what is causing the leg pain. I would advise evaluation by a physician to rule out serious causes of leg pain such as blood clots.

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Was on bed rest for almost 3 months. And in the mornings my legs are stiff and wobbly and walking helps but next morning same way all over again. Why?

Muscle atrophy. The astronauts had the same issue. You haven't been using your muscles for ~ three months and you probably have some loss of muscle mass (called atrophy). Good that you're walking! It's going to take about 6 to 12 weeks before you you regain your previous muscle strength. The key is to keep up the walking. Initially you will have to the symptoms of wobbles/stiff but this will subside. . Read more...

Was on bed rest for 2 months cause of being sick. My legs are stiff in am but loosen up as I walk. They get tired easily. How much should I walk a day?

Increase 10% /week. After bed rest your legs are going to be weak. You need to get them back in shape. If you increase the amount you walk 10% per week you're unlikely to have any problems. Read more...

My left leg gave away this morning when I tried to get out of bed- rest of the day the back of my knee kinda hurt a littl when walking-- what happened?

Sprain. If you don't recall a specific injury then it's possible that you sprained a muscle or ligament with some sort of an awkward move. The injury sounds mild and rest, ice and if you can take them, nsaids like Ibuprofen or naproxen, can hasten recovery. See your md if symptoms persist or worsen. Read more...
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The ER dr told me I have a ruptured disc causing my sciatica pain n left leg. I'm on bed rest for now but what else can I do for the pain besides med?

Physical therapy. non surgical treatment for lumbar disc herniation are : 1. Pain medication using NSAIDS 2. Physical therapy /Chiroprat --all geared towrds reducing pain and returning to your normal functioning capacity if after about 6 weeks you are still having increased pain , increased numbness or increased weakness of the leg, you need to see a neurosurgeon. Read more...