I'm 5'4", 110 lbs, pretty healthy. No real medical problems. Gave birth 2 years ago and been having problems ever since. Lately been admitted to the hospital on 2 occassions. Left chest pains, shortness of breath, severe left leg pains (mainly when resting or sitting) had a treadmill stress nuclear test in March normal. Just had a heart CT scan will get results tomorrow. Also had an echocardiogram which was normal. All my EKGs blood work chest xrays come back fine. My cardiologist doesnt think the leg pain is related to the chest pain, but no one has looked at my leg. I wear compression stockings round the clock, take beta blockers and baby aspirin. I refuse to take pain medication as I am not a fan of medicine. I do take a lot of natural supplements made my standard process. My leg hurts so bad. I have no discoloration or swelling. It comes and goes but has been a lot more frequent lately. I am not sure what step to take next. Not sure if this is a DVT or a nerve problem since it seems to be affecting my left leg. When I touch certain spots on my leg it really hurts. Can anyone advise me as to what to do? Thanks I am a mess
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