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Having burning legs and back pain. Treatment?

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burning legs /back pain gets better after i get up one hr. in morning and shower still pain. thanks general health good one blood ps. pill a day same wate 180 lb for yrs. 6-1 tall.
Posted Sat, 31 Aug 2013 in General Health
Answered by Dr. Arif N Khan 50 minutes later
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Vitamin D3 deficiency

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Burning sensation and back pain could be due to vitamin D3 deficiency, which is common at your age group. You can take Vit D3 and calcium supplementation for about a month after consulting your doctor. Exercise and physiotherapy/ yoga can help you out.
If the symptoms are persisting kindly get an x-ray back to see any vertebral bone changes.
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