Burning legs mostly at nite feet n leg swelling?

See your PCP to be - Properly diagnosed and treated. Your symptoms could be from neuropathy, menopause or from other medical issues that your pcp would be able to diagnose, depending on your history. Good luck.

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How do I reduce foot/leg swelling? Can someone squeeze the water back up the leg?

See a physician. It is important to know why you are having swelling; whether it the result of a local problem, such as an injury or a systemic cause. Also, symptoms and other local signs are also important. In the case of venous insufficiency compression stockings are a first line treatment. Conditions such as lymphedema require other approaches. See your physician for evaluation and appropriate referral. Read more...
Elevate. The cause of your swelling needs to be determined, seek treatment with a specialist. Compression stockings are helpful as well as compression pump therapy for the legs. Elevation works well too! Read more...

Pain in back of foot now radiating up leg & swelling No injury?

Differential . Diagnosis would include achilles tendonopathy, post tibial tendonopathy, post tibial neuritis, clot in leg Without examine you the first concern would be a clot in the leg particularly if here is swelling or pain in the calf region. If pain is not there I would not worry as much for a clot and then can move on with he eat of the differential... Read more...
Many causes. Its difficult to narrow this down without asking a number of other questions. Achilles tendonitis is a likely cause - this will improve with rest + inserting a heel raise to offload the tension on the tendon. However there are a number of other possibilities including clots in the deep veins of your legs. Seeing a Dr for a consult is probably wise. Read more...

I am experiencing leg swelling and eye pain (quality: sore or burning) (side: left). The following also describes me: Obesity. What should I do?

Lots going on. Best way to start is to see your doctor. Start discussing the issues one at a time. For the obesity start but changing your lifestyle. Eat healthy and exercise 1 hour per day. You must get started . Read more...
Eye pain. Burning eye pain is almost always due to dryness or meibomian gland dysfunction: do you have dry mouth, arthritis? Leg swelling: do you have any kidney or heart issues? Please consult with us to help determine best treatment for both. Read more...