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    Lower Leg Pain: Causes and Treatments
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    Louise_WebMD_Staff posted:
    Ouch! My leg hurts! How many times have you said that?

    If you're suffering from lower leg pain, you may wonder if it's serious or something you can treat at home. What follows is an overview of several causes and types of treatment for lower leg pain . Be sure to see your doctor if you have any question about your leg pain or if symptoms get worse.

    Lower Leg Pain: Causes and Treatments
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    An_198351 responded:
    you neglected to mention peripheral neuropathy as a possible cause of leg pain.


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