Burning calf pain

Burning pain in the calf muscle is usually from a referred problem in the back which some people call sciatica. The feeling of burning can also occur from inflammation of the calf muscle. It can also be from a peripheral neuropathy or a strain to the calf complex.

A peripheral neuropathy can cause burning pain and is a network of nerves peripherally which can be affected by diabetes, toxins, infections, trauma injuries or metabolic problems. The burning calf pain can be severe in some cases and a pelvic fracture is an injury that could cause this feeling. Injuries with this symptom are listed below:

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