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Why is there a warm sensation in my thigh, above knee of the left leg?

Why is there a warm sensation in my thigh, above knee of the left leg?

May be nerve related: Warmth, coolness, pins and needles, numbness are all signs of nerve irritation so you may be experiencing some referred symptoms from your back, particularly if you notice it with long standing or lifting actions. Pay attention to what causes the warm feeling and what, if anything, brings relief. ...Read more

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I've had a warm sensation in my right thigh for 3 days now. I'm 26 and quite active. What could this be?

I've had a warm sensation in my right thigh for 3 days now. I'm 26 and quite active. What could this be?

Nerve pain: This could be due to a nerve injury called lateral femoral cutaneous nerve compression syndrome. Make sure that you do not have signs of an infection in the skin, redness, warmth, tenderness. If any of these are present go to see your doctor. ...Read more

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Keep getting a warm sensation behind my left thigh. What could it be? On going for a week. No heavy excerise or lifting.

Keep getting a warm sensation behind my left thigh. What could it be? On going for a week. No heavy excerise or lifting.

Warmth: If there is no redness or rash, this may merely be due to some irritable superficial nerves in the skin or some minor irritation from clothing. I feel there is nothing serious going on, but consult your physician if symptoms persist or worsen. ...Read more

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I am 50 years old iam having warm sensation in my inner thigh in my right leg feels like a heating pad on it but no pain?

I am 50 years old iam having warm sensation in my inner thigh in my right leg feels like a heating pad on it but no pain?

Have this checked: There can be multiple reasons for this. The one of most concern-would be a clot in the large vein of the leg. Nerve irritation can also cause this-neuropathy, as well as an infection of the skin. You should check for any redness or warmth on touching the areas. You should see your provider to have this evaluated further since any of the above issues have significant causes that need addressed ...Read more

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A warm sensation in my inner thigh near my knee that's worsening in frequency. My neuropathy or something else? I have Mito, EDS and dysautononomia.

A warm sensation in my inner thigh near my knee that's worsening in frequency. My neuropathy or something else?  I have Mito, EDS and dysautononomia.

Neuropathic symptom: The sensation you refer'd be consistent with a neuropathic one if you can't find another explanation why your inner thigh should feel warm. Does it feel warm to the touch, Is it red, swollen, painful? These symptoms, in addition, to feeling warm might suggest an infection or other inflammatory process. Otherwise, see your doc. If you'd like to ask me something: www.healthtap.com/drsaghafi ...Read more

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Starting over a week ago, feeling reoccurring warm sensation in back of my thigh multiple times a day, but no injury, no pain. What could be the cause?

Starting over a week ago, feeling reoccurring warm sensation in back of my thigh multiple times a day, but no injury, no pain. What could be the cause?

Weird isn't it?: We can get all kinds of peculiar symptoms at times that really don't have a good explanation. Sometimes nerves misbehave from compression or being stretched. I wouldn't worry about it unless something else develops. ...Read more

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Warm sensation on the back of my thigh,no pain is associated, and can last just a few seconds?

Warm sensation on the back of my thigh,no pain is associated, and can last just a few seconds?

There are several: ...nerves that provide sensation to the back and outer sides of the thighs. Without further information, it's not possible to figure out what's causing this warm sensation. If the problem persists, worsens or is associated with other systems, you should see a doctor. If you have any conditions like diabetes that can cause problems like this (peripheral neuropathy), consult your doctor. ...Read more

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