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I have a burning type feeling in my inner thigh/radiating down to my hamstring. Its painful about a constant 6 or 7. What could this be?Pulled muscle?

I have a burning type feeling in my inner thigh/radiating down to my hamstring. Its painful about a constant 6 or 7. What could this be?Pulled muscle?

Hamstring Tendonitis: It sounds like you are trying to describe the back of the thigh. The hamstring originates at the ischium or your "sit bone" you may have strained or partially torn this. Typically rest and stretching with some physical therapy will help this improve. ...Read more

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Tingling and burning feeling when sitting, hip, inner thigh and foot pain. lasted 6+ weeks. no redness, feels better with heat and rest. what is it?

Tingling and burning feeling when sitting, hip, inner thigh and foot pain.  lasted 6+ weeks. no redness, feels better with heat and rest. what is it?

Could be the back: Consider having your back examined. The lumbar region of the back is where the roots to the nerve that supply the lower leg. An orthopedist, pain management specialist or neurologist may be a good consultation to consider. ...Read more

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I have had a numb burning feeling on my thigh for about 6 months now. It gets worse and really hurts with tight pants or in the sun? Please help :)

I have had a numb burning feeling on my thigh for about 6 months now. It gets worse and really hurts with tight pants or in the sun? Please help :)

Sounds like: Nerve irrritation (could be L4-5 Lumbar spine nerve in back) You might consider suggesting this to your PCP (Primary Care Provider) to consider this diagnosis! Hope this helps Dr Z ...Read more

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My left side of my thigh has a stinging/burning feeling. Also, my calls feel numb sometimes. Is it dangerous? And what is it?

My left side of my thigh has a stinging/burning feeling. Also, my calls feel numb sometimes. Is it dangerous? And what is it?

Likely: What is referred to as meralgia paresthetica, which is compression of the lateral femoral cutaneous nerve, which supplies sensation to the surface of your outer thigh. This often is related to this superficial nerve being "squeezed" as it passes through the groin. Overall, this is only a guess and while it's unlikely that what you have going on is dangerous, it still should be evaluated by a doc ...Read more

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When i lie down i get a searing pain in my right thigh, it's like a burning pain and a pins and needles feeling combined. What could cause this?

See your doctor: I would need to know more details about how long this has been a problem, as well as the exact location of pins and needles. This could be a fairly common condition known as meralgia paresthetica, but more history would be needed for confirmation. ...Read more

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I woke up with sore thigh to touch no marks and burning feeling when walking up hill or bending over could that be pinched nerve?

I woke up with sore thigh to touch no marks and burning feeling when walking up hill or bending over could that be pinched nerve?

Yes: yes it could be pinched nerve from lumbar spine or from pinched nerve due to tight belt pressing on the nerve coming out of the skin above the thigh. There might be other causes as well. ...Read more

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When I would press with my feet on ground I can feel burning feeling in my thigh i don't know if it's nerve compression or muscle spasms?

When I would press with my feet on ground I can feel burning feeling in my thigh i don't know if it's nerve compression or muscle spasms?

Consultation advised: A burning sensation suggests a nerve problem. Unable to be more specific with only one sentence of information. Suggest an online consultation here at Health Tap if your problem is persistent. ...Read more

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What could cause burning/pins&needles/numbness in my upper thighs, and a feeling of a bug biting me/being quickly stabbed w/ a needle in my arms/legs.

What could cause burning/pins&needles/numbness in my upper thighs, and a feeling of a bug biting me/being quickly stabbed w/ a needle in my arms/legs.

Nerve pain: This is clearly neuropathic pain meaning some injury or irritation of the nerves. There are many possibilities from endocrine disorders to infections, to toxicities and vitamin deficiencies. You should see your primary care physician and if you do not have one, should see a neurologist. ...Read more