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Sharp Pin Prick Pain In Thigh
Flu shot on sat, low fever, weakness, pin pricks in hands and feet. Subsided now have severe thigh pain when I walk. Dr. Looked for gbs and does not think. Could this be gbs? Wants me to see neuro.
2nd opinion: Problems like these can only be correctly handled by your doctor in person. He/she needs to listen to you, perform an examination and possibly run labs or other tests. That's the only way he/she can find out what's going on and what to do about it. ...Read more
The thigh is the upper part of your lower extremity between your hip and knee. Any pain within this region could be considered thigh pain. Possible diagnosis include fractures, stress fractures, muscle contusions or strains, referred pain from the back and hip to ...Read more
Sharp, unilateral outer thigh pain occurring only at night? Pain is so bad it often wakes me up & nothing relieves the pain. (23 y/o active female)
Positional: This discomfort appears to be very positional and suggests a nerve entrapment in the spinal area or a location where the lateral femoral cutaneous nerve enters the thigh. A neurologist would be best qualified to evaluate and advise you and order any appropriate tests like MRI or EMG. ...Read more
I have little thigh pain like sharp then goes away then sharp only lasts like a second each time would it be a blood clot?
I'm 22, female. Just had sharp pain in thigh and chest at the same time. Sometimes I have the same sharp pain in my arm. What is causing this?
Nerve compression: See a doc...Get a more detailed answer ›
Severe localized pain in thigh-meets-pelvis spot after dog kicked area. No puncture, burning and ripping sensation in spot when ever leg bent backward?
Sudden severe pain in lower left side, painful walking, bending, sharp cutting pain in side, Burning in thigh, pain spread to in abdomin, and low back?
PAIN: See your doctor or go to the emergency room IMMEDIATELY. ...Read more
Constant sharp left calf and back thigh pain! Lumbar MRI came back normal! Some of the worst pain I've felt! What could this be?
Sporadic sharp pain in thigh/hip area and sporadic sharp pain in right lower abdominal area. Both for weeks. + hpt. What could the pain be?
Many possibilities: This could be arising from your hip itself, the spinal column, the urinary tract, your ovaries and tubes, or an inflammatory process elsewhere in the abdomen. See a doctor and undergo a full history and physical exam. Good luck and hope you are better soon. ...Read more
What is causing my "hip to pop"? Translation: extreme sharp stabbing pain in groin area where right leg meets inner thigh. Pain lasts apx 3secs
Arthritis, tight ligaments, muscle spasms, piriformis syndrome - most common. Or sciatica. Sciatica usually runs pain down the back of the leg. The inner thigh usually a nerve - obturator nerve - gets pinched and radiates symptoms down the inside of the thigh.
Go see an orthopedic surgeon. ...Read more
Had appendix out 4 years ago, been experiencing sharp lower right abdo pain with back ache and thigh pain nothing is helping me shall I go to the er?
Woke w/sharp pain in inner thigh in one leg, cramp in calf of other. Walked around a bit, pain went away-went back to sleep. Woke to thigh pain again.
Cramps: Recurrent muscle cramps or spasms may be caused by deficiencies of calcium or magnesium. Sometimes they are due to excessive muscle tightness caused by various muscle activities during the day. In this case stretching maneuvers of the legs before going to bed may prevent the nocturnal spasms. You could also take a magnesium supplement daily. See your physician as needed. ...Read more
Hi I have Si joint pain or piriformis, sharp pain in back, stabbing pain in thigh and calf it doesn't travel. Now stabbing pain in front ankle, related?
In my experience, "SI joint" and "Piriformis" syndromes are commonly over-diagnosed by mistake.
Instead, I do see a lot of cases of sciatica from degenerate discs and pinched nerves in the lumbar spine. From your description, I wonder if you might have a pinched L5 nerve in your lumbar spine.
http://www. Spine-health. Com/conditions/spine-anatomy/all-about-l5-s1-lumbosacral-joint ...Read more
Would marijuana use help my chronic fatigue and soreness along with my sharp hip, knee, thigh pain? If so, any legal way in wisconsin to do so?
Pending legislation: There is pending legislation for medical marijuana in wisconsin, but it's not legal yet. Speak with your physician. ...Read more
Pins and needles in calf, spasm, pain in thigh, swollen groin and hip and lower back pain. Had leg sonogram last month and no clot. What could it be?
Possibly venous: You may have venous insufficiency, or venous reflux, of the leg veins or pelvic veins. Ask for an ultrasound of your leg veins to check for it - it is different than looking for a clot - make sure you are sitting or standing during the scan. You would need an mrv to look for dilated pelvic veins. ...Read more
Thigh: The thigh is the upper part of your lower extremity between your hip and knee. Any pain within this region could be considered thigh pain. Possible diagnosis include fractures, stress fractures, muscle contusions or strains, referred pain from the back and hip to name only a few. ...Read more
Get help: Check with your primary care physician, as to how you should proceed - they might start with some diagnostic test. ...Read more
Enlarging ovaries: Your pain is likely due to the stretching capsule which occurs immediately before ovulation. It's normal most of the time but when it goes to the thigh, it is due to radiation down the nerves that go both to the pelvis and to the anterior thigh. Some people with this also have endometriosis. Talk to your obgyn about this. ...Read more
Meralgia: If the front and lateral side of the thigh feels like it is burning or numb, or crawling with bees, or even painful, it could be meralgia paresthetica. It is a condition that affects the lateral femoral cutaneous nerve where it exits the pelvis in front of the hip. Sigmund freud had it and took Cocaine to combat it. ...Read more
Depends on pain: It depends on the pain. However, exercise is normally beneficial in treating most types of chronic pain as long as it does not aggravate the pain. You are currently in physical therapy? I would recommend asking your therapist, who will have a better idea of your pain, and follow up with your physician. Again, exercise and strengthening will normally benefit pain issues, depending on the pain issue. ...Read more
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