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Leg Pain: Causes and Treatments

Despite the fact that the lower parts of your legs bear the brunt of your day-to-day activities, you shouldn't have to suffer from pain.

Muscle cramp:

You may experience it in the middle of the night or in the middle of the day. An intense, sudden, and tight lower leg pain is sometimes referred to as a "charley horse." When it takes a grip, it can get worse rapidly. It occurs when your muscles are tired or dehydrated. Those who suffer from leg cramps should drink more water.

Stretching or massaging the area where your muscle has tense up might help. Make sure you stretch your legs before exercising as well.

Shin splints:

This pain can be felt right up the front of your calf. Muscles and flesh along the edge of the shin bone become inflamed, causing pain when walking, running, or jumping. This can be caused by doing activities repeatedly on hard surfaces. Additionally, people with flat feet or feet that turn outward are more likely to get shin splints.

To feel better, rest your legs. An ice pack helps. Aspirin, ibuprofen, and naproxen, if prescribed by your doctor, can also alleviate chronic pain.

If the pain persists, you might want to see your doctor. Don't do anything that makes your leg hurt more. Do some stretches once it feels better. Wear a calf compression sleeve the next time you go out. If possible, avoid running on hard surfaces.


You may experience pain in your lower calf near the back of your heel when you have an inflamed Achilles tendon. It causes the tendon to swell, stretch, or tear. It can be caused by overworking the calf muscle or climbing stairs.

Get some relief by applying ice. If your doctor suggests anti-inflammatories, take them. Do not do anything that causes pain. Stretch and strengthen your leg when it hurts less.

It is possible that the Achilles tendon is torn if the pain feels severe. Your toe may also have difficulty pointing downward if you have a tear. Medicine may be injected into the inflamed area by your doctor. There is a possibility that you will need surgery to repair the damage.

Broken bones or sprains:

If you twist your ankle and get a mild sprain, follow the RICE treatment: rest, ice, compression, and elevation.

When a sprain becomes more severe or a fracture occurs, you should apply ice and see your doctor as soon as possible. You may need a cast or foot brace.

You'll gradually be able to walk comfortably again, but it will take time. Slowly increase your strength and weight on the injured leg as you gradually increase your strength.

Blood clot:

A clot can form when your blood thickens in a vein and clumps together. It is called deep vein thrombosis (DVT) when it develops in a vein deep inside the body.

In most cases, deep-vein blood clots occur in the lower leg or thigh. You're more likely to get them if you're inactive for a long period of time, like during a long flight or ride in a car. You may also be at risk if you are overweight, smoke, or take certain medications.

A clot could break off and travel to an artery in your lungs. It could block blood flow if that is the case. The condition is known as pulmonary embolism.

You can prevent blood clots by taking medications, wearing compression socks, and losing weight.

Varicose veins:

These are visible on the surface of the skin, so you may be familiar with them. They are twisted, dark blue or purple veins caused by weak valves and walls. A dull ache may result, especially after standing for a long time.

To relieve the pain, try wearing compression sleeves such as foot sleeves, calf sleeves or compression socks. Switch between standing and sitting throughout the day. In case your varicose veins are very painful, speak to your doctor about other types of treatment.  

Diabetic neuropathy: 

A common complication of diabetes is diabetic neuropathy. High blood sugar levels can damage nerves. It can cause pain in both legs as well as numbness and decreased sensation in the lower legs. A compression sock and foot sleeves are recommended for people with neuropathy.