Don’t Say Leg Pain
Leg pain can be caused by all the tissues that make up the leg. However, reflected pain, leg tissue is not sourced, but can be caused by pain felt in the leg. Usually, “weather” is said to be underestimated leg pains can be seen at all ages, can be a symptom of many diseases.
Leg pain can be caused by all the tissues that make up the leg. However, reflected pain, leg tissue is not sourced, but can be caused by pain felt in the leg. Heart and vascular surgery specialist Assoc. Dr. Cem arıtürk summarizes the symptoms of leg pain as follows: “the feeling of discomfort in the legs, which is not fully described, is defined as unrest, towards the end of the day or for a long period of time with sitting/standing increasing; the most likely cause of itching and swelling in the feet is venous insufficiency, known as varicose veins.
The character of pain is different from the pain caused by Atardamar leg pain. In general, leg pain that is increased and rested by walking or with any effort points to peripheral vascular disease and there are also signs of malnutrition such as coldness, pale hair loss and loss of sensation in the legs.”
The most important causes of non-vascular leg pain can be considered nerve-induced pain, he continued aritürk: “waist hernia or nervous compression depending on the nerves caused by these pain, mainly where the problem is felt in the waist. These pains are felt in the leg regions where the nerves originating from the waist provide the feeling function. These pains appear or become apparent after heavy lifting, sitting, and almost all of the pain in the region with numbness and tingling. One of the causes of the pains in the feet (marked in the area where socks are worn) in diabetic patients is the nerve damage that develops due to diabetes.
However, leg pain can also be seen in diseases of the musculoskeletal system in the leg. These pain may be caused by bone, joint, and soft tissue. Muscle and tendon injuries, soft tissue injuries, cramps are the causes of pain in the area where the problem is. Causes such as injury to the joints of all ages, degenerative diseases, especially the elderly can cause pain. In addition, bone tumors, bone nutrition problems, bone infections and osteoporosis in older age can cause leg pain, he said.