The back of my legs feel bruised anytime I apply any sort of mild pressure on them. Either when I wash them in the shower, get a massage, even sometimes the elastic part of my dress socks. I have had this pain for a while and it has not gone away. I am a 26 year old active female. I am slightly overweight but am very healthy. I do not have any children and work full time. I work as a Site manager for a apartment community, so I am at a desk, but still have to walk around the community and up and down stairs on a daily basis. I also work out about 30 minutes 3-4 times a week. I have a pretty healthy diet also. I have a juicer so I eat a lot of fruits and veggies daily, I eat a lot of beans, brown rice, white meat etc. Does anyone know why I have this pain? Any advice is appreciated.
The possibilities are too many to name as a reason for your symptoms, have you seen a doctor? I have heard of this before and my memory is so terrible. I read an article pertaining to your symptoms a while back, I will see if I can locate it for you:)
I hope your doing better very soon!
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