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Have pain ankles, lower back, legs on walking and sitting down. Have type 1 diabetes. What is it?

hello there my name is pete and i am 26 years old. i have type 1 diabetes but thats not the problem lol. i am having pains in my legs and ankles and my lower back especially when i walk, and when i am sat down. Mvay ankles and my shins ache and i am in agony with them what do u think i shud do and what do u think it is?
Asked On : Tue, 16 Apr 2013
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Sep 2013
Hi, thanks for the query to H.C.M.C.
Presuming that type 1 is under control.
Possibly may be muscular pain ?
Since there is pain in the sin of tibia hence in this case we have to examine few facts as you are a patient of type 1 and very young.
So please get your blood check for calcium, sugar, lipids profile and of course C B C.
Be sure that all things be in normal condition.
If any abnormality take tt accordingly .
Here I want to make one thing clear that diabetic neuropathy ( peripheral neuritis) is very common in diabetics so be aware about this .
Take tt of diabetes regularly.
Good luck .
Dr. HET.
Answered: Tue, 16 Apr 2013
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