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I feel chill in my back and my thighs ?

I feel chill in my back and my thighs ?

Anything else: May be you are having chills (shivering) that is common in the beginning of an infection such as flu, tonsillitis, otitis, pneumonia. If you have no other symptoms except for unpleasant sensation of coldness in your back and thighs and if it's been going on for a while, maybe you need to be checked for anemia, thyroid dysfunction. Maybe a good warm bath and some rubbing will suffice! ...Read more

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Even after a hard speed workout on the track the back of my thighs near my gluttes still feel cold. Is that because of excess fat? How do I prevent?

Even after a hard speed workout on the track the back of my thighs near my gluttes still feel cold. Is that because of excess fat? How do I prevent?

Good stretching: It sounds like hamstring strain. This is the location of your hamstring muscles which are the back of you thighs and attach to the pelvic bones(under glutts). Good stretching and warming up with low intensity exercise should help. ...Read more

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Shooting/numbing pain in left thigh & arm. Pressing on it hurts/helps. Cold makes worse, heats helps but doesn't go away! back probs too! any ideas?

Shooting/numbing pain in left thigh & arm. Pressing on it hurts/helps. Cold makes worse, heats helps but doesn't go away! back probs too! any ideas?

Be seen: Pain in one limb is often a musculoskeletal problem, and yours sounds like it is too. Except for involving both the arm and the leg, which is unusual. Be seen for a diagnosis. ...Read more

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What is the cause of feeling cold and sometimes stiffness in the area back of my leg? Its like from the back of the thigh to the calves muscle

What is the cause of feeling cold and sometimes stiffness in the area back of my leg? Its like from the back of the thigh to the calves muscle

Many reasons: Need more info. Could be neurological, arterial or orthopedic in nature to name a few causes. See your family physician asap. ...Read more

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Why I have hypersensitivity in the back of my thigh( tingling/ prickling ) feeling and also wet/ cold when I wear pants. Starts from buttock 2 knee?

Why I have hypersensitivity in the back of my thigh( tingling/ prickling ) feeling and also wet/ cold when I wear pants. Starts from buttock 2 knee?

Sciatica: 30's female with unilateral sciatica needs evaluation for cause of this neuralgia. Neural impingement might be occurring at lumbar foramena, sacroiliac joint or pyriformis muscle. An Osteopath would be a good specialist to evaluate. See comments below. There also needs to be evaluation for Joint Hypermobility Syndrome, which can potentiate evolution of sciatica. ...Read more

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Severe back,hip, thigh pain. Am on 200 Tramadol, took Tylenol (acetaminophen) , Aleve . Can't sit or lie on back. Standing hurts. Tried cold pack. What to do now?

Your pain level: justifies visit to ED for pain relief and accurate diagnosis of its source. It sounds most likely musculoskeletal origin, but it could be due to pelvic or abdominal disorder. ...Read more

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Common cold like symptoms, swollen glands, rash on inner thighs upper arms and shoulder/back rash is slowly spreading and a little itchy. Help?

Common cold like symptoms, swollen glands, rash on inner thighs upper arms and shoulder/back rash is slowly spreading and a little itchy. Help?

Mono!: Several infections can cause that. Mononucleosis is perhaps the most common at this age, particularly when you take amoxicillin. Other viral infections can cause the same as well. Get checked out! ...Read more

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I've recently started getting really itchy all over my body but the worse spot is my stomach, back and my thighs. There are no noticable bumps or rashes but when I do end up itching them I get some pretty extreme welts. What could possibly be causing this

I've recently started getting really itchy all over my body but the worse spot is my stomach, back and my thighs. There are no noticable bumps or rashes but when I do end up itching them I get some pretty extreme welts. What could possibly be causing this

Dermatographism: Your condition sounds like dermatographism. This is a type of urticaria (hives). It normally resolves in a few months, but some patients may persists with symptoms for years. Treatment with anti-histamines like zyrtec or Allegra (fexofenadine) are usually very effective. Be sure to consult with your dermatologist to confirm your diagnosis and evaluate you for possible triggers. ...Read more

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