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Upper Legs Feel Tired
Many causes: In your age group, may consider spinal stenosis, poor blood flow to legs, such as intermittent claudication, myasthenia gravis or muscle disease, peripheral nerve issues, spinal cord compression caused by neck degeneration. But could well be a benign problem, such as deconditioning, gaining weight, having thyroid issues, even depression your doctor can sort all of this out. ...Read more
My husband complaining of pain tiredness of his right leg comes and goes it goes specially when he sleep and relax. What it could be?
Many possibillies: and the most common cause fo the symptoms, restless leg syndrome is also the one that fits exactly the symptoms. It is a NOT SERIOUS disorder when the brains ability to damp down nerves/muscles is not as strong as their activity....hence restless leg/cramps/pain/spasm. Worse at night (less brain activity). Any anti-parkinson's medicine works on it. Muscle spasm meds often do too. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hi. I am 29 years old and married. I usually experience pain in my legs and feel tired all the time. Is.This tiredness due to sex. I exercise regular?
Time for a check up: Your symptoms are concerning but nonspecific, meaning there could be a wide range of causes. A physical exam combined with labs/blood work would be a good start. Specifically, checking your vitamin d level, complete blood count, metabolic panel and thyroid function would be wise. I doubt that the sex is the cause. ...Read more
Leg weakness: Could be claudication, a serious symptom pf pad. Needs further evaluation. ...Read more
Been in remission from hepc lately tho a lot of back.Leg pain and tiredness could it be the liver ?
Depends...: If you achieved svr (sustained viral remission) from hepatitis c, then congratulations! you're off treatment, so we can't blame the anti-viral rx. The underlying degree of liver disease may however determine what systemic manifestations you experience (was cirrhosis present before hepatitis c therapy?). More likely, your distress has little to do with prior hepatitis c, & deserves evaluation. ...Read more