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Is weak thighs a sign of anxiety?

Is weak thighs a sign of anxiety?

Not really: Generally, no it is not. Sometimes people report weak muscles when reporting other symptoms of anxiety such as general worry and tension. If you are experiencing these other symptoms talk to your doctor or a counselor. Anxiety is very treatable. ...Read more

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What causes sore weak thigh muscle?

What causes sore weak thigh muscle?

Trauma?: Several things, but possibly trauma, overuse or repetitive use syndrome. Possibly nerve impingement. Symptoms like these deserve a full evaluation in person by your health care provider. ...Read more

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What causes weak thigh, hamstring, and gluteal muscles in older people?

What causes weak thigh, hamstring, and gluteal muscles in older people?

Natural history: Gait analysis studies show thigh (quad muscle) inhibition and weakness as we age. It is a natural cause of limping (or knee hyperextended walking), which aggravates the hamstring tendons. Exercises to retrain the quad muscles can help. These exercises include straight leg raises, exercise bicycle, and gentle stairclimbing. Forcing yourself not to limp will also help. ...Read more

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I go to pt for pfs. They said I have tight leg muscles and weak thigh muscles. Today she said I have slight scoliosis. Could this cause my pfs?

I go to pt for pfs. They said I have tight leg muscles and weak thigh muscles. Today she said I have slight scoliosis. Could this cause my pfs?

No: Probably not.They are many possible causes for pfs and muscle imbalance is one of them as well as aligment of the extremities.Severe scoliosis that affect pelvic obliquiti and leg lenghts discrepancy could be a contributory factor but not a mild one. ...Read more

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Healthy, sharp, active till 90, isch cva. Fell, fracture pelvis at 92/ weak thigh shaking limb. Rapid cog decline and hearing sounds not there 6mo out?

Healthy, sharp, active till 90, isch cva. Fell, fracture pelvis at 92/ weak thigh shaking limb. Rapid cog decline and hearing sounds not there 6mo out?

What is question?: This sounds like a tragic complication of an ischemic (bloot clotting stroke) but there is no specific question here, rather a list of symptoms. Please rephrase into a specific question and I am sure we can help... ...Read more

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Right leg weak(bum-thigh-knee).tingling in right leg if I sit on floor.This had happened a yr ago which got cured with yoga.NerveConductionTest normal?

Right leg weak(bum-thigh-knee).tingling in right leg if I sit on floor.This had happened a yr ago which got cured with yoga.NerveConductionTest normal?

Compression nerve: Somewhere you are compressing a nerve causing a compression neuropathy. Stay off the floor and ask your physiciasn where you are compressing the nerve ...Read more

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29yrmale.Weak lowerback n thighs during erection.and feel urge to urinate after morning erection hence have disturbed sleep.urine n kidney analy norma?

29yrmale.Weak lowerback n thighs during erection.and feel urge to urinate after morning erection hence have disturbed sleep.urine n kidney analy norma?

Here are some ...: The most effective care for the complex of your current concern is seeking direct pro-evaluation by analyzing the detailed Hx of all symptoms over time as well as general health & behavior in life and sex with/without overindulgence/obsession, conducting physicals, doing tests as needed so to deduce possible Dx and propose reasonable care/Rx timely. So, work closely with Doc for better healthcare. ...Read more

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Diagnosed w/ pfps about 2 years ago. Left thigh is weak n quivers. Hurts after walking n radiates down. Fatigued easily. Stretching hurts. Norm?

Diagnosed w/ pfps about 2 years ago. Left thigh is weak n quivers. Hurts after walking n radiates down. Fatigued easily. Stretching hurts. Norm?

PFPS and weakness: Could your patellofemoral pain syndrome be a result of weakness of your thigh muscle? This sensation that you are describing is usually due to a nerve entrapment or nerve dysfunction to the muscle group itself. You should follow up with a neurologist and have muscle studies performed on your thigh, Good luck ...Read more