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Feels like low blood circulation in legs
Hi doctor, it's been around 2 month having leg pain. Feels like there is low blood circulation in my legs. When I sits/sleep I feel pain in my legs and when I stand up it feels normal. I have taken different medicines but still feeling same problem. I am have been through, RFT, LFT test and TI, sugar, CBC, CRP test. Everything is ok. What should I do ? My BP is 122/70. Plz suggest. Thanks
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Leg pain can be due to few reasons . It can be related to a neuralgia or or due to electrolyte problems or may due to decreased blood flow. As u have suggested blood tests are normal electrolyte problems is ruled out. While the pain u mentioned may be because of some neural problem to confirm meet a neurologist to look for any nerve related problems In spine or legs. Lastly decreased blood flow is seen in old patients with risk factors like diabetes , hypertension mostly. Rarely in young can occur but u need to meet a specialist and need scans for the same.
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It can be restless leg syndrome.
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