My calves&shins are numb, tight, tingly. Toes tingling. Swelling along shin line and swelling on lower calf. Why?

Evaluation rec. What might cause these symptoms will be easier to define with more information, such as whether this is sudden, progressive or slowly progressive or intermittent. There are a couple serious explanations including something called a compartment syndrome that justifies an examination with a doctor, sooner rather than later. A comprehensive history and exam should sort this out.

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