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Ankle pain
I have intense ankle pain in both legs. The pain subsides a little during first 3-4 days of periods, but intensifies again. This pain has been there for a very long time, almost 10-12 years, right after I suffered chickengunia, earlier it used to pain only during the night, but now it pains almost throughoutthe day. My blood tests are all fine. In 2019, i got my vitamin D and calcium levels tested which was very low. I started taking meds for the same and now the levels se fine. Ankles are not swollen. I suffer from epilepsy. Is there anything that I should try to reduce the pain? Thanks in advance.
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Hi, I would like to know where exactly you are having pain in the ankle? Any other test reports you have with you apart from vit D and Ca? Consult directly so i can have an elaborate history and then management can be done accordingly
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