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Leg muscle pain
I getting pain on my left leg from September 2016 to still, When i sand from sitting position and start the walk where i getting pain on back muscle (ham) of left leg,. the pain still continue about 10 minutes, then i feeling normal. please give me advise for this problem. thanks for support.
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Postural Correction- Sit Tall, Walk Tall. Extension Exercises x 15 times x twice daily. Apply Hot Fomentation twice daily. Avoid bending in front.
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Please get your Vitamin D and B12 tested...and drinks lots of water everyday.
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Take appointment from LAB
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Avoid staying in one posture for long
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As per the description  you given your pain may be due  to a disc prolapse or may be due to si joint dysfunction or Fibromyalgia
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1) Consult a good orthopedic doctor 2) Posture correction, with taping and breathing exercises 3) physiotherapy  like IFT,  UST etc 4) heat fermentation 5) gentle exercise  for back and lower leg
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I think you might be suffering from inter vertebral disc prolapse,  Kindly get your self examined from a Ortho or neuro surgeon.
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get an MRI done of ypur spine
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prevent forward bending and wt lifting.
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