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My Thighs Ache At Night
See below : 1. Potassium, magnesium, minerals , vitamin deficiency. 2. Caffeine & alcohol. 3. Drug side effect like antidepressants, cholestrol drugs and others. 4.Lack of exercise. 5. Constipation/irregular bowel movement. 6. Poor dietary habits. 7. Sleep disorders like sleep apnea, restless leg syndrome. 8. Lack of adequate good sleep. 9. High stress level 10.Back pain. See if any applies. ...Read more
Grinding, clenching : The most common reason for this kind of pain is clenching or grinding during the night. Or you may have decayed and abscessed teeth. It is important that you see a dentist for a comprehensive exam to find out what is going on with you and how to treat your problem. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Ache pain in my legs at night . It hurts a lot especially calves and behind knees . Any suggestions ?
Maybe cramps....: I agree with your primary dr.'s answer, but two things also need be considered. Phlebitis is more active at night because of dehydration and immbolity. And the veins of your leg cross behind your knee at the upper calf level. Then finally, a baker's cuyst may be presentm but can be excluded by ultrasound. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Burning/pinching headache left side. Worse during the day at my desk. Better at night when massaging and icing my neck. Sore back and shoulders.
Plan: The symptoms you describing often associated with tension and a overwhelmed stress. You need enough rest and sleep ,the first of all. Your work at the desk required alternation with some exercise for neck during the day. And make appointment with doctor for neck XRay and physical therapy. Evaluation and treatment. You too young to have these problems and need to rid of them. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Better chair.: You probably need a better chair - an ergonomic one, with good cushioning in the seat, proper back support, and appropriate height so that your feet are flat on the ground when you sit. Additionally, you should make it a point to get up at least once every hour to take a break from sitting. Stretch and walk around when you get up. ...Read more
I've been having sharp stomach pains at night on the upper right and left sides of my stomach. It's very painful and only happens at night. Why?
Hard to say: Time specific symptoms can relate to activity changes.Does a busy day distract you from pain you would feel, but the evening/night make you more aware ? Does this amplify when lying down or after consuming the evening meal ?Is it stomach or chest wall ? Do you occasionally burp up some of your meal ? This could be reflux related.If antacids help, you may want to see your doc for exam/treatment. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Possible Bursitis: Without knowing exactly at where you pain is located - it is impossible to suggest a reason. But if laying on your hip, that is, on your right side cause right hip pain, and laying on your left side cause left hip pain, then you may trochanteric bursitis of both hips. ...Read more
Both my legs at the top half feel swollen and both my knees hurt when bending was ok last night just woke up with this this morning?
I have a burning sensation on my right outer thigh at night when I go yo bed. Bad enough to wake me.
Nerve: This suggests impingement of the lateral femoral cutaneous nerve where it enters the leg near the groin. This is more of a nuisance and usually doesn't cause severe pain. Another possibility is a bulging intervertebral disc in the spine pressing on a nerve root exiting the spine. This is more apt to cause more pain. A neurologist or neurosurgeon are best qualified to evaluate and advise you. ?MRI ...Read more
Hi! At night time while sleeping I get numbness in both knees. I move my legs and numbness goes away. Had it over a year every night?
Hello. I frequently sleep on my couch at night, left side. I woke up this morning with a tingling/burning sensation on my left leg below knee?
Groin Pains: Pain in spots such as you describe deserves a very thorough gynecologic evaluation. It really is necessary for you to see the gynecologist because they can adequately estimate whether these spots are simple cysts or some infection which is worse or another problem. Best advice? See you dermatologist and a gynecologist. ...Read more
Leg cramping: leg cramps can reflect a relative salt deficiency, or potassium deficiency, or calcium deficiency, or magnesium deficiency; extreme over use of muscles can result in nocturnal cramps too; it is unlikely you have a circulatory problem - try a bit more of the above minerals - natural sources are best. ...Read more
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