Varicose veins in upper thigh

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They are spendy but they have helped so much. They take the pain away in the groin, upper thigh, and ankle where they hurt the most. If you subscribe to the newsletter you can get them for 10% off. They were $58 after discount. Also, I have heard lemongrass essential oil helps and also cypress essential oil. Another thing, I ice mine st night and it helps with the pain too! Good luck to all of us! Temporary pain for a beautiful package in the end!
For several months I've noticed deep blue veins on my upper thigh. When I lean against something (like the bathroom vanity), it feels like a big bruise. These are not spider veins or varicose. They look like normal veins except that they're very noticable and only on the upper region of my right thigh. I wouldn't be worried about them except for the fact that they feel like a bruise. Any ideas?
Your symptoms appear to be due to restless leg syndrome, which can be seen secondarily in pregnancy, varicose veins, diabetes obesity. This is seen in pregnant females during the last trimester. you need to consult a physician for detailed assessment, blood flow in the legs need to be checked since you have varicose veins and it is a risk factor for RLS. Try to get some good sleep, warm and cold baths. Medications like requip are prescribed if the diagnosis is confirmed. Hope this helps.
I was told by a doctor that varicose veins in this region are common, and not to worry about it unless it begins to hurt. Recently, when I wear tighter pants (such as those required for my job), I have experienced slight pain in the vein, as well as more of a consistent aching pain down my left thigh, and even occasional sharp pains up and down the left leg. Sudden exertion, like jumping or running causes the upper area of my left leg, right around the varicose vein to ache slightly.
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.
I noticed over the past few days I have one pretty long vein in my upper thigh that sticks out, not much, but you can feel it from touching my thigh, you can see the blue in it, but it's not deep purple, like the classic "varicose vein" just one pretty long, thick vein sticking out...is that normal or something I should mention to my doctor? I'm kind of worried about it being something more serious!
If I stand for too long the numbness turns to cold/burning tingling sensation just on oustide of left thigh, then goes into upper leg. Now I am also developing varicose veins in that same leg. I have put on about 25 pounds and was wondering if it's that extra weight causing the problems. This leg also seems slightly swollen because of the varicose veins. Could you please help me?
My first liver doc told me the more I knew the better off I'd be so I spend a lot of time doing independent research trying to figure these things out. Also weakening of the veins and capillaries in the extremities is pretty common with aging regardless of health.So for those of you that are older. Yup for you it may just be a part of the aging process.Never hurts to stick your hand in the docs face and go oi! For me avoiding planes and eating better seems to have worked mostly.
I've had heat sensation in right foot and in different parts of the foot as well as my upper thigh in the last few months. Went to the Doctors today and suggested it has to with my thryoid as I take medication for hypothyroidism for last 6 years or so. Other suggestion was peripheral neuropathy and if anyone looks at symptoms of this it is sometimes similar to quite a few peoples comments on here. Hope this helps.
I think I'm getting a blood clot in my upper thigh high above my knee below my hip everytime I get up or I go to like squat to get in the tub cuz my tummy hurts I feel the same pain in the same spot it almost feels like a poppin I do have a little bit of spider veins do you think maybe its just blood vessels in my legs are over expanding or should I go to the doctor and get it checked out doesn't cause me all whole lot of pain but god i would hate if i can never wake up
I have had the warm sensation in the back/side of my upper right thigh for about 5 days now. It lasts for about 3/4 sec's then goes away. The first day it happened twice and now it happens frequently throughout the day (8-12 times). I do have health insurance and plan to make an appointment tomorrow. I will let you know the outcome of my visit.
but the majority of times blood came out in the sperm, or only after ejaculation during urination, or both in the sperm and the urine. once i woke up without having had sex that week and urinated blood. i tested my blood, sperm, and urine and the only abnormality was a high psa level. my dr said it is very rare and is that high in 40/50 year old. i did a biopsy for prostate cancer and my dr said that everything was ok. after the biopsy, i waqs back to normal.
-I also have a very hard/stiff penis when flaccid (like but 2inches long) -I experience a burning sensation in my penis often in the veins. -I have varicose veins on my testicles. -my testicles are smaller than before. -I have gradually had a harder and harder time getting erections and they are not "full". When erect my penis is about 5.5 inches instead of 6.
March is DVT (Deep Venous Thromboses) awareness month. A time to educate and inform the public about the risk factors, prevention, identification and treatment of this preventable and potentially fatal process. DVT, simply put, is a blood clot that develops in a deep vein of the body. The most harmful consequence of the development of DVT is that pieces of the clot can break off and migrate to the heart or lungs causing acute difficulty breathing and overwhelming stress on the heart.
Genetic studies on blood dont so predisposition for clotting problems. Vascular Drs say reflux in upper saphneous bilaterally. They dont think I should be in this much pain. I mark where the pain is with sharpie marker -- wonder if its a compressed nerve ? inflammation, anxiety, venis stasis. Lots of stress in the houshold these last 2 yrs. 3 Internists leaving practice which have made this tough.
I recently lost weight so I have loose skin that still has a lot of fat left in it. In my case it works near my hip or inner thigh. I squeeze down and I feel a pop. Bubble wrap could not be a more perfect description. I feel it, not in my legs, but with my fingers - pop!. I can probably feel it a little in the actual skin of my leg but it's very obvious on my fingertips. Again, this is in skin that has been pulled away from the muscle at least a centimetre.
I do have some varicose veins but they are in my upper back thigh and lower leg none in the upper inner thighs. But I have been having lower right pelvic pain. My whole right abdomen sort of is sore but mostly the lower right, where I would believe an ovary to be. It is usually a dull ache but sometimes I get a sharp twinge of pain. My lower back and right thigh hurts too. All dull. I do get relief laying down or even sitting sometimes.
You also need to be checked for the presence of varicose veins which could cause pain in the leg. Doppler ultrasound and venography could be done to check if there is clinical evidence. Deep venous thrombosis also needs speculation. A d dimer and Doppler again would help in the diagnosis of both these conditions. Hope this helps in diagnosis and appropriate treatment can be instituted. Take care.
Often, there is pain in my upper right front thigh and/or hip bone; finally, nausea and vomiting of everything I have eaten in the preceding hours. The attacks last about 20 minutes and then subside. However, the back-of-the-head/neck headache can linger the whole day. The first 2-3 attacks occurred about once per week. Then, they occurred more frequently and I now get these evening attacks (often while lying in bed between 9:30-10:30 PM) every few days!
Hi, The kind of pain you are describing can be due to venous stasis or vascular compromise. It can also be due to varicose vein. Pain in night in calves while sleeping can also be due to Restless Leg Syndrome. I think you should consult initially PCP and discuss regarding further management and further reference to surgeon for evaluation of venous stasis in legs. A Doppler study of your legs will help in diagnosing the condition. Keep me posted. Bye.
Often, there is pain in my upper right front thigh and/or hip bone; finally, nausea and vomiting of everything I have eaten in the preceding hours. The attacks last about 20 minutes and then subside. However, the back-of-the-head/neck headache can linger the whole day. The first 2-3 attacks occurred about once per week. Then, they occurred more frequently and I now get these evening attacks (often while lying in bed between 9:30-10:30 PM) every few days!
My abdomen looks swollen to me some, but it is a little better since starting the Armour. Wieght gain for me has been in the abdominal and upper thigh area. (Gained 15-17 lbs since April 3, 2008). The leg sometimes still has some tingling in it this evening, but can't tell a difference except to say that it was bigger, calf to ankle when this happened today.
Only if you normally find an empty scrotum and the testis is fixed in the inguinal (upper thigh) then it may be a significant abnormality. So, please don't worry about it being pulled up. The common causes for testicular pain are injury, infection and torsion. Dull dragging pain could also be due to a varicocele. Varicose veins of the testis are referred to as a varicocele. It is the dilatation of the pampiniform venous plexus and the internal spermatic vein. .
Often, there is pain in my upper right front thigh and/or hip bone; finally, nausea and vomiting of everything I have eaten in the preceding hours. The attacks last about 20 minutes and then subside. However, the back-of-the-head/neck headache can linger the whole day. The first 2-3 attacks occurred about once per week. Then, they occurred more frequently and I now get these evening attacks (usually while lying in bed between 9:30-10:30 PM) every couple of days!
Often, there is pain in my upper right front thigh and/or hip bone; finally, nausea and vomiting of everything I have eaten in the preceding hours. The attacks last about 20 minutes and then subside. However, the back-of-the-head/neck headache can linger the whole day. The first 2-3 attacks occurred about once per week. Then, they occurred more frequently and I now get these evening attacks (usually while lying in bed between 9:30-10:30 PM) every couple of days!
so after consulting doctor he diagnosed that i had fatty liver( with slight spleen enlargement), obesity and varicose veins in left leg. dieticien advised proper diet and rest. gasteroenterologist advised me to take the drug named retoz whenever i have severe discomfort regarding liver problem.
Feels as if someone shot a stun-gun into my right upper / inner thigh and then also took a knife, plunged it in and started to twist it. The pain level is, like someone said, a 13 on a scale from 1 to 10. I writhe in agony when it happens anywhere from 2 seconds to five minutes. I've been to the ER four times so far with this problem, Morphine didn't even deaden the pain when it happened.
If I set in a chair it makes my legs hurt to have pressure pushing on the back side of my legs so I keep my knees up high. If I need to have a BM it makes my legs hurt terrible then after I us the restroom it is instant pain relief. When I sleep at night my legs hurt so bad it wakes me up. I can get out of bed and walk around for a few minutes the pain goes away then I go back to sleep again.
Often, there is pain in my upper right front thigh and/or hip bone; finally, nausea and vomiting of everything I have eaten in the preceding hours. The attacks last about 20 minutes and then subside. However, the back-of-the-head/neck headache can linger the whole day. The first 2-3 attacks occurred about once per week. Then, they occurred more frequently and I now get these evening attacks (often while lying in bed between 9:30-10:30 PM) every few days!
Often, there is pain in my upper right front thigh and/or hip bone; finally, nausea and vomiting of everything I have eaten in the preceding hours. The attacks last about 20 minutes and then subside. However, the back-of-the-head/neck headache can linger the whole day. The first 2-3 attacks occurred about once per week. Then, they occurred more frequently and I now get these evening attacks (often while lying in bed between 9:30-10:30 PM) every few days!
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