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Nodules under skin on calves, toe feeling numb, no conclusive results with testing. What could it be?

I am 40yr old healthy female. 5 4 tall and weigh 122lbs. I have nodules under the skin in both of my calves. They have been reocurring in the Fall for the past 3 yrs and usually go away on their own sometime in January. My concern is that my Dr. can t figure out what is going on and has sent me to a rheamatologist. Still no answers, no conclusive results with testing. This year I am adding another symptom, my 2nd toe on each foot feels numb as the day wears on. I have had u/s in past on the veins in both legs, no obstructions have been found. Any ideas?
Asked On : Fri, 16 Nov 2012
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If there are nodules under your skin,get one of them removed and send for histopathological examination.
The diagnosis will be confirmed.
Numbness in your 2nd toes on both sides can be due to pressure on that particular nerve.
I prescribe Bcomplex with vitamin B12 and Rajunuron tablets to my patients with similar complaints.
Wish you good health
Answered: Thu, 29 Aug 2013
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