Im 40 years old female and Im diabetic and have high blood pressure. I had an operation of gallblader 3 years back and and it was taken out. Some weeks ago I'm feeling a lot of severe pain in my left leg. It starts from my hip and goes all the way down to my leg. It hurts a lot especially at night. In the morning, I don't feel it but at night it is the most severe.
Please tell me the cause and help me.
Thanks a lot.
How are you? What other symptoms are present? Leg pain could be due to nerve, musculoskeletal or blood circulation issues. With your history of diabetes, peripheral neuropathy- a common problem associated with this condition- may be present.. For proper evaluation, it is best that you have this checked by your doctor. Direct clinical examination and additional diagnostic tests may be indicated. Take care and do keep us posted.
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