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Would MRI without contrast find DVT? I've had back of knee and calf pain. D-dimer and ultrasound came back normal, but veins in feet&leg are bulging.

No. with these normal studies there is no reason to pursue this issue...your problem sounds like non-truncal veins. Read more...
No.. The best test to reveal a DVT would be the ultrasound of the veins in your legs. The bulging veins in your legs are maybe varicose or spider veins - though you seem young for it. Sometimes, pregnancy can predispose to it however. . Read more...
CT Venogram. can be done of the lower extremity to determine if clot exists if ultrasound and d dimer are negative. Read more...

I have a sore right foot. It feels sore pain on the outa side and sole, sometimes burning and feels weak. It sometimes hurts in my calf and knee?

Back problem. Pain down the outside aspect of your leg to the lateral aspect of the foot is usually from a pinched nerve in your back. The L5-S1 nerve root or the S1-S2 nerve root may be involved. Rest non-steroidal anti inflammatory medications and time will usually resolve this but you should see a doctor to make sure that nothing more serious is causing this. Read more...

Having left leg pain in back of knee, thigh and bottom of foot. Ultrasound and D Dimer normal but it's getting worse. Should I go to ER?

Leg pain. Suggest not going to the ER as have had a good work up and not likely to do more. Suggest going to a gym to begin some strengthening and see if it improves. Read more...
Seek medical care. Spinal cord/nerve impingement can cause these kinds of symptoms. If this is indeed the case, irreversible damage could result. A trip to the emergency room or your primary doctor is necessary. . Read more...
Given Your Pain. I would suggest seeing a pain/spine specialist to evaluate you further to evaluate what level and what can be done to treat you. There are interventional treatments besides medications and surgeries that might reduce or eliminate the pain altogether. Read more...

I am experiencing a burning type sensation in my right foot and tingling feeling in the lower leg starting at the knee. What should I do?

Foot sensation. The only way to know what is going on is to see your doctor. Please do so. There are a number of possibilities. Peace and good health. Read more...