I wake up on Sunday morning with sharp paine in my leg,above my knee,it is a same today.It never happened before,and I didn't hit my self,neither I did excersise.I can hardly wak today.What should I do?
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Pain in leg
The diagnosis thats most important to rule in or out is a blood clot. Your doctor can order a simple scan that can tell if you have a blood clot or not and this is an urgent issue since the clot could travel and cause serious health issues. Get with your doctor to check this out. Good luck
Any new sudden onset pain without trauma could signify a vascular problem either arterial insufficiency or deep venous thrombus. There are some risk factors. Other issues could be radicular pain from a pinched never. Finally musculoskeletal etiology such as flare up of arthritis including gout should be considered.
Without more information it is hard to define the specific concerns but a trip to your Family Physician should solve the issue. The problem can be vascular, tissue, bone or electrolyte. The Orthopedic Surgeon will only address one of those potential causes. Your Family Physician can use your history, labs and exam to best define the cause and help you then decide on a course of treatment.
Go to your primary care physician, ER or urgent care for a diagnosis and treatment.
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