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Why Do I Get Pains In My Legs
Muscle spasms: I am assuming that the cramps you are describing are leg cramps. The large muscles in the legs experience pain when the muscles contract and don't let go, causing pain that can shoot down your legs. This can be a sign of poor circulation, abnormal salts (especially potassium, magnesium, or calcium), and should be evaluated by your primary physician. Good luck! ...Read more
Are you diabetic?: Cramps in the finger and the toes usually due to muscle problem or nerve problem or combination of both and sometime due to circulation problems., it happen in people have diabetes, or other disease . I would recommend to check it out by tour doctor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Aorta: The largest artery in your body goes from your chest through your stomach, splits into two smaller arteries above your pelvis and goes to the legs. The pulsation you feel is your blood going through the aorta. ...Read more
Need more info: Pain in the arms after exercising are concerning for cardiac disease (exercise-induced ischemia), vascular disease, or may be due to neurologic causes (pinched nerves irritated by activity). You really should see your physician so they can ask other questions and perform a physical exam. ...Read more
An adrenalin effect: Nervousness or anxiety releases epinepherine or Adrenalin which energizes muscles getting you ready to fight or run. Meds like oral steroids or water pills as well as caffiene can cause hyper-sensitive muscle fibers too. New or over-exercise can also over-use muscles and cause them to feel "watery" and loose and twitchy. ...Read more
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