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Diabetic, swollen, pain in veins, not able to walk. What should i do?

Im 45 years old diabetic...Ive been walking the last 4 weeks 3 miles a day...with no problems for the las couple of days one of my viens..which goes across the nerve that if you flex your toe up it goes from toe down on top of foot .but this vien seemed to have swollen it hurts really bad...cant walk without it causing me some pain
Asked On : Sat, 2 Mar 2013
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Hello, Your are a known case of Diabetic. You are in your mid forties. If you are a smoker you should quit smoking. This may be a varicose vein or TAO in which case you should consult a podiatrist. You should get your peripheral venous system evaluated and should undergo a Doppler study. It may an emergency and you need to consult right away.
Answered: Wed, 24 Apr 2013
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