Foot pain varicose veins

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If I let a limb dangle, blood pools inside and I feel like the limb is dead almost. My skin constantly feels the veins tugging. What would cause varicose veins to destroy my life like this? They just keep popping up everywhere... I have been to the doctor and taken 5+ blood tests of all sorts, had my heart tested, urine tested, had an abdominal ultrasound, and he found nothing. We've tried nerve medications (lyrica) and had no success.
Swelling over feet and leg, may be due to many other reasons , except Varicose vein. If the swelling is causing pain while 1) squeezing the calf muscles around the knees, 2) moving the great toe of the foot, then we can still co-relate with Varicose vein. Else its related to lymphatic obstruction, for which we need to - 1) Keep the limb elevated , while sleeping,sitting 2) Massage of the limbs. 3) Control the body weight. 4) Rule out heart problems.
Scince 6 Years i am seeing a swelled vien in my right leg calf having lenght of 5 centimeter without discoloring and i didn't fell any pain and it impact visible on two vien in my footAthlete's foot Athlete's foot, tinea pedis Clubfoot deformity Clubfoot repair Clubfoot repair - series Diabetes foot care Diabetic blood circulation in foot Erythema toxicum on the foot Foot, leg, and ankle swelling Hand or foot spasms Hand, foot, and mouth disease - mouth.
or is there a chance that there is blood moving into different veins causing pain? An explantion for the pain would be great. Thankyou.
or is there a chance that there is blood moving into different veins causing pain? An explantion for the pain would be great. Thankyou.
Hello Dear, Is your mother diabetic?Pain in the foot may be due to diabetes,nerve root compression,varicose veins etc.You should seek an expert opinion to find out the cause.Unless a physical examination is done it is difficult to comment upon.
all veins for everyone are the same size, veins don't hurt(As if I was pretending to be in pain), its normal for your veins to get bigger when you standup(as if I would not have noticed that before if it was normal for ME). I am so concerned because I am 33 years old and this has just now started happening and it is has been off and on but consistently for the past month. If you hear anything please share. I am still in the process of testing for some cause or to eliminate all causes.
In Tarsal tunnel syndrome there is compression of the tibial nerve that runs down the side of the leg toward the foot. Varicose veins, cysts, swollen tendons, rheumatoid arthritis, ankle injury, and bone spurs all can lead to this syndrome. Diabetes mellitus, neuropathies, stress are other causes of needle like pains.Consult a doctor and get yourself evaluated. A complete clinical examination and work up for above mentioned conditions may help. Best of luck and kind regards!
I fractured my ankle about 7 years ago in the same leg I am getting these veins, and a year ago (being a former gymnast and cheerleader) I could hold my foot to my head with not pain at all, it now hurts to barely touch my toes and the veins throb and are very painful.
Hello missy029, It seems you are having most probably severe form of varicose veins. Varicose veins and telangiectasia (spider veins) are the visible surface manifestations of an underlying venous insufficiency syndrome. Venous insufficiency syndromes allow venous blood to escape from a normal flow path and flow in a retrograde direction into an already congested leg.
The thing that makes it worse in I have suffered with varicose veins in my legs which I have had treated but they seem to be coming back very quickly and I’m sure the dilation of my leg veins is accelerating this. If I am calm and feeling good I get no pain in my legs and feet but if I’m worked up I get pains in the arch of my foot and inside of my ankle below the bone, I also get a sensation in my feet of having things in my shoe mildly pressing in to my foot.
Although without being able to examine you, I can not offer you the specific advice on diagnosis and treatment that you need, but I would try to provide you some relevant information about your health concern. Your symptoms most likely may appear due to varicose veins as twisted, visible and bumpy appearance. It appears due to increase in pressure on leg veins due to walking and standing a lot. Sometimes, this may cause constant aching pain as in your case.
Podiatrist found no bone problems, but every night only my left foot and anlke swell and lower leg. I am having some pain in foot, too. Don't know what type doctor to visit????
The causes for foot swelling are blood clot, leg infection, venous insufficiency, varicose veins; burns include sunburn, insect bite or sting, starvation or malnutrition, surgery to leg or foot, blockade of lymph nodes in the legs or lymphatic obstruction. certain medications like hormones viz, estrogens, and testosterone, blood pressure medicines called calcium channel blockers etc.
or is there a chance that there is blood moving into different veins causing pain? An explantion for the pain would be great. Thankyou.
or is there a chance that there is blood moving into different veins causing pain? An explantion for the pain would be great. Thankyou.
I don't care what some other guys says , they work for me! They lighten the Varicose veins in my ankles, make my feet and legs stop aching,and kill the pain in my knees. If I go to bed with achey knees and don't wear them, I wake up with pain throbbing knees all day. If I put them on, I want up painless with a spring in my step.I don't care what anybody says, they work for me,and the earlier I put them on at night the more sludge comes out of my feet!
This healed down to a 2cm x 2cm wound within 1-2 months and took over 1 year for the rest to heal shut. She had varicose vein ablation in both legs to eliminate varicose veins and to reduce edema. The edema in her left leg is almost gone. The edema in her right leg continues to be a problem, but is far less severe than prior to the vein ablation. She has had 3 femur repair surgeries in 2007/2008 to her left leg (femur broke, rod broke, femur broke above the 2nd rod).
Hello and hope you are doing well. The most probable cause for your symptoms is varicose veins. It causes dilation of the veins in the leg due to increased pressure resulting in swelling and pain of ankle and feet. This is more common in overweight people, with prolonged standing and with smoking. The other causes for pain and swelling are injury, ankle joint disorders, metabolic disorders and cardiovascular disorders. I would suggest you consult a primary care physician for proper evaluation.
However, it has been 9 months and my akles are still stiff and painful (although only a little swollen), and look heavily bruised due to the meshing of veins that are now visible on the insides of both of may ankles and foot arches. The pain is at its worst when I am sitting - sometime stinging, sometimes dull ache, mainly behind and below both inner ankles.
or is there a chance that there is blood moving into different veins causing pain? An explantion for the pain would be great. Thankyou.
The most common causes of edema only in one foot are varicose veins and thrombophlebitis (inflammation of the veins) of the deep veins of the legs. These conditions can cause improper pumping of the blood by the veins and venous stasis. Hence when you walk the circulation is more and hence more pooling. This can be diagnosed by color dopplar or an angiogram. Do consult a vascular surgeon for this. Hope this helps. Do let me know if there is any thing else and keep me posted. Take care!
MRI on foot gave normal result but it cannot conclude that problem may occur in small capillaries on foot. No varicose veins observed on bilateral leg and no swelling occured on other part except foot and ankle. Actually I am now taking home leave from hospital and I didn't know what to do as I thought they will discharge me very soon. Please help!
deep vein thrombosis or congestive heart failure or due to varicose veins. The nerve to supply to great toe and ball of foot is through L4-S1, which originates from lower back. Any pathology involving your lower back can cause such pathology. Have you been evaluated for Diabetes? Keep me informed. Bye.
Certain steps to be taken are rest, leg elevation, ice application for about 15 minutes for 4 times a day, stretch and massage cramping muscles. over the counter pain medications, leg elevation and elastic bandages for varicose veins, nerve disorders or claudication, control diabetes, eliminate alcohol etc. You need to show yourself to a neurologist and who would do the needful examination and clinical investigations. Take care.
not sure, but sometimes repeated movement like waitressing can cause issues like varicose veins, could be a pinched nerve, I'd reccomend rest, ice, stretches, ankle rotations, massage the painful spot, if it's not better or you think it is serious see a doctor.
Hello... i am 29 years old female... i have varicose vein but they were never painful... about 4 months ago my doc told me i have pcos and put me on birth control... for the past month i noticed that my veins are getting worse and starting to hurt more and more...also since yesterday i feel like i have a pulled muscle in my right calf that seems to spread all the wau to my foot...
I'm having leg pain starting 10 days ago while driving. Lasting 1-2 days and subsiding. After 2 days it returned. Running in a line from my inner arch of my foot, up the back of my calf, the back of my knee, around both sides of my knee (left side is slightly swollen and tender) to my mid-inner thigh. I called my dr. & got no response. Fearing clots, I decided to go to the er. A D-dimer test was done to check clotting (normal). The P.A.
Blood clot Leg infection Venous insufficiency (when the veins in your legs are unable to adequately pump blood back to the heart) Varicose veins Burns (including sunburn) Insect bite or sting Starvation or malnutrition Surgery to your leg or foot Blockage of the lymph nodes in the legs (lymphatic obstruction) Certain medications may also cause your legs to swell: Hormones like estrogen (in birth control pills or hormone replacement therapy) a
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