Intermittent claudication

What is Intermittent claudication?

It is a clinical diagnosis given for muscle pain (ache, cramp, numbness or sense of fatigue), in the calf muscle, which occurs during exercise, walking, and is relieved by a short period of rest. Signs: cyanosis, atrophic changes like loss of hair, shiny skin, decreased, temperature, decreased pulse, redness when limb is returned to a dependent position

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I'm 48 and recently suffered a DVT in my right leg. I've been on Warfarin and an antidepressant for two months. I also have intermittent...

doctor1 MD

HI
Thank for asking to HCM
I really appreciate your concern looking to the history given here I would like to say that if this is pure DVT then...

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hi,since february i hav a pain in my buttocks which goes down the back of my legs to my calfs,i have a great deal of trouble turning over in bed,i...

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Hello XXXXXXX

Thanks for posting your query.

I understand your pain.

The pain in your buttocks, back of legs and calf may be due to lack of...

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