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Mild pain and occ. Mild spasms in calf. No pain walking, standing (except some positions), or laying. Dvt? Strain? No oth. Symp. No insurance scared.

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Dr. Liviu Klein
Internal Medicine - Cardiology
3 doctors agree

In brief: Most likely muscle

Sounds like a muscle strain.
If you had. Recent flight or long car ride, you should check it out to rule out a blood clot (unlikely from your description). Try some leg exercises and eat plenty of potassium containing foods and water.

In brief: Most likely muscle

Sounds like a muscle strain.
If you had. Recent flight or long car ride, you should check it out to rule out a blood clot (unlikely from your description). Try some leg exercises and eat plenty of potassium containing foods and water.
Dr. Liviu Klein
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Dr. Ralph Morgan Lewis
Potassium & magnesium may help as may stretching muscles. Review meds for any that might cause muscle problems like statins (for cholesterol).
Dr. Peder Horner
Radiology - Interventional
2 doctors agree

In brief: Unlikely DVT

Most likely, you're describing a muscular strain or electrolyte imbalance.
It's also unlikely to be peripheral arterial disease, which causes pain with ambulation (claudication).

In brief: Unlikely DVT

Most likely, you're describing a muscular strain or electrolyte imbalance.
It's also unlikely to be peripheral arterial disease, which causes pain with ambulation (claudication).
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