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Leg pains while sleeping and standing
Hi am Priya 29yrs old.am using Yasmin 21f for pcod problem late period from 2 months, past 2 weeks am having leg pains below knees to foot.pain is there while sleeping and standing.somewhere near to foot i obeserve purple small veins.pls tell me the solution for my leg pain, I have 2 yrs old baby because of pain i got frustrated
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Hello Assessment of VIT B12 and D,4 level. Till.dip your leg in hot water in a bucket add common salt for ten to fifteen minutes.two times a day. After that rhuma oil to apply . Tab nimprex two times a day after food or occasionally.ok
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Please check with your gynaecologist may be you Are are developing deep vein thrombosis one of the side effect of Harmonal treatment
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Please consult a surgeon immediately Probably you are developing venous problems as side effect.
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