I have the sensation of popping bubbles in my calves. This has been sporadic for about a year and now all of the sudden it is very aggressive and non-stop for the past 5 days. I also notice that I am having headaches now, which is not usual for me.
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This can be due to deep vein thrombosis, faulty valves of the deep veins of legs, muscle strain, electrolyte imbalance or due to muscle injury. Please consult a vascular specialist to rule out these causes by duplex ultrasound or angiograms. Get serum creatinine phosphokinase checked as this will rise in muscle injury and strain.
Please consult your PCP for primary examination followed by proper referral. Take care!
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