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Do you have numbers for the blood pressure in your legs versus your arms? It's normal for BP to be 10 to 20% higher in the legs.
You wrote "... I think I have pVD or a blocked inferior vena cava and am not getting any where..."
What diagnostic tests have been done so far?
A diagnostic test is one run to determine what is causing the symptoms. An ultrasound to look for clots and blockages is one, so is any number of different blood tests.
How far along in pregnancy are you?
Sorry, I thought if your ob had ordered tests that you must be pregnant.
It sounds like you really haven't had any tests up to now. The blood work may show abnormalities in kidneys or liver, and ultrasound can help determine if there is a blockage or clot.
A neurologist will try to determine with various tests if there is a neurological reason for the tingling in your legs.
Your arm versus leg ratio isn't bad at an index of 1.2. You may have some perpheral vascular disease. The vein center will know exactly what tests to run depending on symptoms.