For 2 weeks now I have been dealing with lower left leg pain. The doctor has given me a doppler ultrasound which rules out DVT. Now he just shakes his head and said today "I don't know what you've done to yourself!" I started cring as the pain is almost unbearable. I'm a responsible 57 year old professional woman who lives alone. My boyfriend and I had returned from a 4200 mile car vacation two weeks before this occured. The week before I was bed ridden with the stomach flu. That's why I was sure it was some form of DVT. I'm not sleeping as this is waking me up at night. I'm on 800 mg ibuprophen, but wen I am sleeping and it runs out the pain wakes me. It feels like a tournaquet is tied around my knee and just before the leg goes to sleep (numb), the pain radiates down mh sin and around to my ankle. I would like to think that 2 weeks of down time, butt down/leg up would change the pain. But it hasn't. Any one anywhere with any thoughts. My doctor seems to be at a loss.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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