My 86 year old mother had a toe wound that would not heal, finally a podiatrist said she probably has restricted blood flow to her feet. Her cardiologist did a vein function test and she had three blockages, one near her pelvis, one behind her knee and one on the top of her foot. They went in thru the groin and cleared them. Her toe healed within two weeks versus months of treatment and necrotizing flesh. It's called PVD and it causes leg fatigue, leg pain, burning and slow healing.
I hope this helps someone!
LindaFreeman, has a neurologist checked out your legs? I have neuropathy and my legs don't hurt, but they are weak and the nerve endings are deteriorating resulting in burning, tingling, and jerking at times. I take Ropinirole and Gabapentin for the neuropathy. I also had my varicose veins taken care of. That was painful even though it was the Venus procedure which is much easier than the actual surgery where they go in and roll the veins up like spaghetti on a spoon. I hope you can find why they are hurting.
I was dianosed with neuropathy in 1995 .After i had pernicious anemia which was caused by my stomach not absorbing my b12. Had problems with legs hurting and burning but not like they are now. I had a neuro Dr. then cause i couldnt walk . He said i might not. Took a year to get over that. Thanks for the response Linda B.
LindaFreeman. I have PH and I have never had pain in my legs. I’ve never heard that with the symptoms people mention that have PH..❤️Love, Gwen
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