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Pain in lower part of leg

I have little pain in lower part of pain (calf). When get pressure start pain like when i climb to stairs.when i apply the brake on bike or if i sit on the floor on my feet.
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Dr. Anil Kumar Jain Bangalore | General Physician
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Hello there. 

I can understand your concern. 
You need to rest a little. And you can apply a diclogel over the area for pain relief.
Tab. Zerodol-th twice a day after food for 3 days.
Tab. Neurobion forte once a day after food for a month.
Tab. Supracal pro once a day after food for a month.
Tab. D3 must 60k once a week for 12 weeks. 
Consult a orthopedician in person for further evaluation and management. 
Best regards.
Dr. Anil kumar jain.
Bangalore.

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Dr. Amarpreet Singh Riar Delhi | General Practitioner
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These are simple muscle cramps.

1.Tab Pan 40 mg twice daily before meals.

2.Tab Zerodol-TH twice daily after meals.

3.Cap Evion LC once daily after meals.

4.Tab Maxical Plus once daily after meals.

5.Ibugesic plus Nano gel local application twice daily.

6.Arachitol Nano once weekly.

7. Follow the above protocol for 5 days and follow up if needed.

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Harisha N L Bangalore | General Physician
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Hi there I understand your concern and feeling.... There are many causes for leg pain including Achilles tendinitis, varicose veins, deep vain thrombosis They're more likely to happen if you're inactive for long periods, like on a long flight or car ride. You're also at risk if you're overweight, or you smoke, or take certain medications....This can happen when the arteries in your legs become damaged and hardened....some other causes are herniated discs,sciatica, stenosis of spinal canal etc...I would suggest you to consult nearest physician for clinical examination if needed they will only refer you to concerned specialist
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