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How can the severe pain in legs and back be relived ?

Hi my father is 48 years old, he worked a very long shift at work (about 16 hours) and came home barely able to walk. He can t sleep due to the pain in his legs or anything. His job isn t that hard it doesn t require buch physical work so we don t know what it could be... now he has a fever ... his legs are not just sore from walking they are severely sore and so is his back
Asked On : Fri, 15 Jun 2012
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Hello.Thanks for the question.First you need to check if there are any other symptoms other than just leg and back soreness.If there is swelling of legs with signs of inflammation then he might be having blood clot and in that case he needs to be seen by doctor sooner.If its just soreness without any other symptoms then he just needs rest,ice application and oral pain killers can help to reduce pain and make him able to sleep.I hope that answers your question.Regards.
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