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Calf pain, unable to stand for long, ankle pain. Prescribed Evion, Zerodol. Medications for muscular problems?

Hii i am AAAAAAA 23 years old female...My legs from knee to feet keeps paining especially after waking up at morning...even i cant stand for longer time.. ankle gives me severe pain ...but general walking is not an issue..i jus consulted a doc today..he prescribed me Evion 400 and Zerodol fro 10 days..and den for sum 4-5 tests..i searched for these is related to muscular problem?? plz help Thank u..
Asked On : Tue, 27 Mar 2012
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Hi Hetal,
Thanks for writing in.
Given your age and your long standing symptoms, it seems like an arthritis which we are dealing with. This could include a reactive arthritis, spondyloarthropathies and systemic lupus erythematosus.
Arthritis is a condition where the joints are involved and there is damage due to various reasons.
Evion is a vitamin E supplement and has nothing to do with your condition. Zerodol is a pain killer and will only help you overcome the pain and function better. But it should not be taken over the long term as it can damage your kidneys.
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