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Burning Feeling In My Lower Legs Symptoms
Whenever I try to run/walk really fast I get a burning feeling in both of my lower legs.They feel stiff, and I get hot burning feeling that hurts.
Seek medical eval : Appears that you may be irritating the nerves in your legs with activity. See your Physician to determine the cause ...Read more
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See orthopedist: Extremity nerve compression problems, tendinits or knee problems could cause your symptoms. More likley the burning down the leg could be from sciatica. Sciatica is due to low back issues such as arthritis or disc herniation compressing the sciatic nerve/branches. If symptoms persist or you develop any weakness/paralysis in your lower extremities then seek attention immediately in an er. ...Read more
Yes: Both over supination or over pronation can cause fatigue and tendinitis. ...Read more
Nerve involvement: Could be involvement of the nerves at the level of the spine or out in the limb. ...Read more
Sciatica: You are describing sciatic nerve pain or sciatica, due to compression of the nerve somewhere as it runs from the spinal cord down the leg. Spasm or contraction of the piriformis muscle deep in the buttocks, can cause sciatica. Piriformis syndrome may be causing your symptoms. See your doctor for specific exercises that can help. ...Read more
I got up 3 days ago, and both of my lower legs are stiff, painful, weak burning at the shin.Going away. Could this be something other than the weather?
Rheumatisms: Acting up again... Changes in the weather alone don't cause pains. There is some underlying cause usually arthritis. Based on your conditons, meds and procedures i would hazard that you have arthritis, although the burning makes me think about neuropathy which could be radiating from your back or could be peripheral neuropathy. Gabapentin can help nerve pain. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My lower legs get very itchy at random times. When i scratch them, the skin turns very red, hives apper, and my legs can feel burning. Help?
Chronic Urticaria: Although you need to see a doctor for a valid diagnosis, it sounds as if you are suffering from chronic urticaria (hives). This may be relieved by taking a daily antihistamine such as zyrtec (cetirizine). Also be sure to use a fragrance-free and dye-free moisturizer regularly to prevent itching due to dry skin. ...Read more