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Pain in leg due to varicose veins - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Doctor :   hi
User :   hello.
Doctor :   how can i help you
User :   so heres my question...ive been on the NuvaRing for almost 3 years.. not sure if this is a particular concern or not but it may be.. i have a pain in the inner back side of my right leg. its knotty and bothersome. it comes and goes. im getting paranoid that it could be a bloodclot b/c im looking at too much webmd
Doctor :   give a minute iwill go through your history
User :   no history or blood clots that ive had before
User :   i 5 days a week, work out 4 days a week and wear heels on the weekends. maybe that has something to do w/ it?
Doctor :   For Health purposes please provide your Age, Gender, Location, Occupation, Marital status
User :   25/f
Doctor :   ok
User :   single
Doctor :   do you have any pain while walking
User :   nope
User :   i usually ignore it.
Doctor :   do oyu stand for long time?
User :   it eventually goes away its just bothersome. it doesnt move
User :   yeah
User :   im always running around. i wait tables and work out almost everyday
Doctor :   any tortous veins visible
User :   spider veins?
User :   yeah i have some
Doctor :   it is varicose veins which occur due to prolonged standing

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