Calf pain refers to pain in the calf muscle at the back of the lower leg. It is a hallmark symptom of Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT), which has life-threatening complications, but there are also a variety of other causes of calf muscle pain. Simple causes are calf muscle overuse
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Simple Causes: Common injuries and other basic conditions may cause calf pain, such as:
- Calf muscle overuse. For example, doing too many step-ups at the gym, or climbing too many stairs.
- Leg injury
- Calf muscle injury
- Achilles tendon rupture ...
Causes List for Calf Pain
Possible causes of Calf Pain (or similar symptoms) may include:1
- AL amyloidosis (Intermittent claudication)
- Arteriosclerosis obliterans (Calf Pain, Intermittent Claudication)
- Buerger Disease (Calf Pain, Intermittent Claudication)
- Cauda Equina Syndrome (Calf Pain, Intermittent Claudication)
- Circulatory Disorders (Intermittent Claudication)
- Claudication (calf pain)
- Compartment Syndrome (Calf Pain)
- Deep Vein Thrombosis (Intermittent Claudication, calf ...
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