Possible causes of lower leg pain include muscle cramps, shin splints, torn tendons or muscles, a fractured bone, or a sprain, according to WebMD. Lower leg pain can also result from blood clots, varicose veins and infec... More »

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Treatments for lower-leg pain include eating a healthier diet, managing weight, quitting smoking, exercising, and taking certain medications that control high blood pressure, diabetes or cholesterol, says WebMD. Medicati... More »

Numbness can occur in the legs and feet due to fibromyalgia, peripheral artery disease, multiple sclerosis, vitamin B12 deficiency, nerve damage, herniated disc, diabetes or tarsal tunnel syndrome, according to Healthlin... More »

Leg pain can be caused by muscle cramps or from injuries such as shin splints, nerve damage, stress fractures and muscle strains. Additionally, leg pain can be caused by medical conditions such as atherosclerosis, arthri... More »

Shin splints are caused by overuse of the muscles of the lower leg, repetitive impact with flat feet, stress fractures in the shin bones or weakness in stabilizer muscles supporting lower-leg muscles, according to WebMD.... More »

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Torn or stressed ligaments, muscles or tendons, a herniated disk in the spine or blood clots in deep or superficial veins in the leg can cause leg muscle pain, according to Mayo Clinic. Circulatory disorders may also cau... More »

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Swelling of the lower leg can be caused by several different factors that include standing for extended lengths of time, sitting in the same position for long periods, blood pressure medicines and steroids, explains Heal... More »

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