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What Does Restless Leg Feel Like
How close are you?: The person who has the issue often feels the need to move the leg or the leg is moving on its own....Hence, i assume if the partner is laying in the same bed....They may be kicked a few extra times.....Or may be awoken if asleep as the leg is making the person restless and hence there can be movement in the bed.... ...Read more
Leg discomfort: Symptoms of RLS include: 1. Leg discomfort (tingling, jittery, creepy-crawly) 2. Triggered by rest, worse at night 3. Temporarily improved with movement (walking, stretching, massage) 4. Interferes with sleep quality. Consult with a local sleep medicine specialist for further information. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Nerve problem: You probably have a problem with the nerve that goes to that part of the leg. It can either be from the spine, or it could be a problem in the nerve just below the knee. If you are just having this symptom, and no other pain, it is probably nothing to worry about. If you notice weakness in the muscle, or worse pain with coughing, then it could be from the spine. See a doctor if that is the case. ...Read more
Symptoms of DVT: The affected limb becomes swollen and tight. Since its a venous issue - pulses are still present. However, the limb is swollen and tender to touch. It may also be warmer. It will be painful to walk if it affects the legs. ...Read more
Can you have restless leg like symptoms in your arm... Sounds funny i know but that's how ifeel.. I get it in my legs too but also my arms im restless?
Fibromyalgia: Fibromyalgia is a pain syndrome much like arthritis, but it is of the muscles not the joints. The pain is constant and has flares where it is much worse. Usually, these flares are brought on by over exertion or stress and depletion of cortisol levels. There are many trigger points of pain on the body that help with the diagnosis of fibromyalgia. These can be mapped out on most patients. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Like a cramp: A blood clot on the leg, usually presents as a painful cramp in the calve. Some are symptoms are typically swelling and discoloration of the extremity. The laster two definitely tell you that a vinous doppler would be in order ASAP. A blood clot in the leg can dislodge and travel to the lungs as a pulmonary embolism and this can be life threatening. ...Read more
RLS: It is a syndrome w/ symptoms of an urge to move the legs especially near bedtime, that improves w/ movement ; is worse @ rest. It typically has uneasy sensations. Besides its relation to low peripheral Dopamine levels ; some to genes, it is unclear why it occurs. Sometimes it may be secondary to other medical issues. It's recommended that you see a sleep medicine specialist to properly diagnose it. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Probably: Tingly toes is usually a symptom of a problem associated with a nerve or nerves. It could be local or from the lower back (more probable since it's associated with one achy leg). Go see your doctor and find out what's causing this. He or she will probably send you to a neurologist, but i think it's best to start with your pcp. ...Read more
Many causes: There are many causes if dizziness. Benign paroxysmal position vertigo can cause spinning dizziness with position changes such as looking in certain directions or rolling over in bed. See an otolaryngologist. I dont know if the other symptoms are related. An evaluation by a primary care doc can can assess these other symptoms and if they are linked. ...Read more
This depends: If you have had a low back injury, this could be evidence of a "slipped disc". If you have a condition like " sugar diabetes ", it could be a neuropathy. If the tingly feeling happens when you walk but goes away quickly when you stop and rest, you coud be having circulatory issues like "pad". See your doc and tell him about this issue. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Weak: Atrophy (muscle wasting) is often sneaky and painless. The wasted muscle feels weak, and often 'untrustworthy'. A knee may buckle if the quad is atrophied, or grip may fail and cause dropping of objects with hand atrophy. Sometimes patients feel an aching due to fatigue, or even trembling. In some cases, twitching or spasms can occur. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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