I'm 33 years old and going through a stressful time now. Last year I fell on the job and had to get 2 surgeries. The first surgery was to repair a torn ligament in my right ankle. The second surgery was to remove a damaged nerve in my right leg and foot. The problem is that I still have swelling and severe pain in my ankle, foot, and calf. I can not stand or walk on my right leg without any pain and swelling. I went to a vascular doctor and he told me that there was nothing he could do but prescibe me a stocking for my leg. I know my body and something is telling me that there is something wrong. I don't know what to do and I don't have the strength to continue going to different doctors and have them tell me there is nothing they can do or refer me to another doctor. If anyone can help me in my quest to find out what is wrong please do not hestiate in helping me.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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