Pain In The Calves And Ankles?
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Pain in the calves and ankles can be caused by various things, from injuries to muscles, joints, bones, inflammation, nerves, gout, immune system disorders and many more. However, among these options, the most likely one is a neurological disorder. This disorder can be of various kinds, it can be in the form of infection, pinched nerves, nerve injury, and so on, and indeed because nerves are parts of the body that function to deliver sensations of heat, cold, vibration, touch, pain, tingling, itching and reflexes when You mentioned that the complaint involved a hot sensation, nervous breakdown being the first option.
So, our suggestion is that you should consult your neurologist with your condition first, to later carry out a history exploration which will be combined with a physical examination and support to determine the tendency of your condition. The treatment that you will receive will vary, in the form of oral medication and therapy.
Meanwhile, multiply foods that contain B vitamins, such as cereals, beef, nuts, eggs, salmon, una, avocado, bananas, carrots, spinach, milk and cheese. Reduce physical activity that relies on feet, drink lots of water and get adequate rest and avoid stress and cigarette smoke. So, hopefully it answers your question.