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Numb toe, toe nail fell off without pain, reoccurring leg pain, working out, pain in whole body

I have had a numb toe and the toe nail fell off without pain. I have always had some reoccurring pain with this leg. Now since I ve started working out again, after a 3-month hiatus, this leg feels heavy. I also have some aching...around the shin, the knee, the back upper hip/ buttocks . It s not a constant pain, but definitely throughout the day and night. It s been about a week since I ve worked out, and it still hurts. This leg is somewhat longer than my other, so it takes the brunt of some movements when working out. Normally I avoid jumping, but I did do a lot of jumping during exercising last week. I wear an store-bought knee brace on this leg when I work out. As an FYI, diabetes runs in my family.
Asked On : Fri, 25 Oct 2013
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Thanks for query on HCM.
Regular follow up is must for diabetes check up because of strong family history.
Pain from back to leg indicates some neurological involvement at lumber level.
Go for x-ray lumber,cbc,fbs,ppbs,s.b12. Also rule out deep vein involvement by Doppler study.
Start b12,folic acid,l-arginine,calcium,d3 supplement.
Nsaid to subside the pain.
Avoid any exercise till get complete cure.
Be watchful for sugar level.
Consult your physician for further guidance and medical management.



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