Bone pain in the legs can be a symptom of a variety of conditions, including bone cancer, anemia, infection, injury and overuse, according to MedlinePlus. Osteoporosis, osteomyelitis and leukemia are other possibilities.... More »

Bone pain can be caused by ailments such as osteoporosis, bone tumors or infections, blood cancer or rickets. It can also be caused by sickle cell anemia, bone tuberculosis and hypercalcemia, among others, according to H... More »

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Some of the causes of pelvic bone pain include appendicitis, broken pelvis, bladder disorder and nerve conditions, reports WebMD. Similarly, sexually transmitted diseases, kidney infection or kidney stones, psychogenic p... More »

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Causes of foot pain include injury, overuse, inflammatory conditions and Achilles tendinitis, according to the Mayo Clinic. Nerve damage, bone spurs and ingrown toenails are other common causes of foot pain. More »

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Numbness and tingling in the arms, legs, hands and feet are caused by a number of conditions, including pressure on the spine or peripheral nerves, atherosclerosis, nerve damage or injury, and animal or insect bites, acc... More »

Numbness, pain and tingling in the foot may be caused by a variety of conditions, including nerve damage, herniated disk or lack of blood supply to the affected area, or from sitting or standing for too long, according t... More »

Pain that occurs in the bones and muscles is referred to as musculoskeletal pain, and it can be caused by injury, overuse, immobilization or poor posture, states Cleveland Clinic. Musculoskeletal pain can affect anyone. ... More »

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