Age 19, normal physical, somewhat inactive. Recently I ve been having calfmuscle pain and strain ..., golf-ball sized lump behind knee on the same leg. Is this a lymph node disturbance? It is making my leg ...
I have a pea size lump on the back of my calf. Sort of in the muscle fibers. It s about 2 inches above my Achilles tendon. I limp when I walk because obviously the muscle flexes and loosens. I can feel ...
started to do some exercise. But only very light exercise. I stretched my leg the wrong way, and I started ... then until yesterday when I walked a bit, and it s starting again. I thought that I may have torn a muscle ...
long for muscles to recover, especially for someone who is relatively inactive (and I m 20). I got an x ...I m starting to think I have a nerve problem. For the last two months, I ve had random, sharp (and ...
Hello, I have a painful lump on the right side of my calf that seems to be attached to the bone ... itself is about an inch long. The pain from it shoots into the muscles in the back of my calf. Any clue ...
For 3 weeks my calfs have been aching it hurts to walk espically run. This started when i started to go running. It sometimes lead to my ankle being sore. Help!
You have explained the reason on your own. Sudden starting of running has caused the calfmuscles to go into strain.
Stop running or doing any exercises that will stretch the calfmuscles. Give rest , let them recover.
Then start gradually.
feeling calfmuscle pain
If this pain has started spontaneously without warning and there is some swelling, I suggest you see a doctor to exclude a DVT. If the pain followed exercise then it may be a pulled muscle. In this case, elevate your leg and apply ice 4 times a day.
Dr K A Pottinger
I am 34 year old female often active and noticed a small lump behind my knee in between my calf and thigh I mostly feel it hurt at nights and mornings.. help
The lump you have could be boil due to folliculitis. If it is pointing pus then it is advisable to break the boil and express all f the pus from it and apply antibacterial cream.
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