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usually at night while I m sleeping, I will get pain in the calf of my leg. I noticed last night that in some of those painful areas, it looks lumpy.
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need pain that spreads into lower calf, difficulty standing or walking, feels like a huge knot in the calf muscle.
Do apply warm compresses, the pain could be due to spasm in the muscle. Warmth releases the spasm and provide you relief.
Bilat calf pain 2 months , now getting burning in feet/calf sometimes sono done no dvt. Pain worst at rest/bedtime . Deep calf pain , cant sleep painful ache
If the sonography doesnt show a DVt then nothing to worry much.
The pain can be due to excessive walking or straining.
Also a lack of vitamin D and calcium as you are a female is very common at the perimenopausal age group
Otherwise What you are suffering from is restless leg syndrome. It may not be a pain but just a dull ache that doesnt allow you to keep your legs at one place for sometime.
Pain in calf and hamstring. Also pain on rhe outer part of knee
The pain may be related to a muscular pathology. However vascular phenomena such as venous thrombosis can present in a similar way. I am interested to know further details to comment further.
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