Hello to all, it has been awhile since my last post. I am on the fence today as to go into the clinic or not, I'm sure double checking is always the answer therefore I may go in today and have a few scans to make sure. I am asking this question to see if any of you have had prolonged constant leg cramping as if you have a charlie horse that never goes away, it lessens when legs are elevated but then it does not go away completely. Has anyone gone through this? My INR levels are stable and consistent, today they were 3.6. I am eating correct foods and have been taking walks on the river close to my house consistently. Until now which my both of my legs are deeply painful. The area where the cramping is, is on my calf on both legs and then my heel on my right leg. Sometimes my feet/toes cramp up also like a charlie horse. Could I be deficient in something? I would hope a clot could not creep in considering my INR's are stable and in the high range which I prefer, but is this possible? Has anyone experienced this? I went to ER a short time ago with a leg rash that was all over my thigh and it went away the same day, the rash was not really a rash more like red markings that took over my outer thigh in the front. The doc sent me home said it was Lupus symptom. Which later on in the week I had the same markings/rash on my arm. The fatigue has been hitting me quite hard and I push past the pain and fatigue only to find myself drained beyond. If I take a "leg" break a few times a day and elevate the pain is not as bad yet it does not leave completely. My left upper arm/shoulder seem to flare up often as well during the last few weeks of the legs pulling this stunt so to speak.
Would love to know if this has happened to anyone? could it be a clot even with my INR's this high and stable?
Thanks for input all...have a blessed day