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Pain in my outer left leg that moves around. Seems worse after sitting or standing. Lying down w pillow under leg helps.

Pain in my outer left leg that moves around. Seems worse after sitting or standing. Lying down w pillow under leg helps.

Nerve Impingement: Sounds like you may have a nerve impingement. The flexed position of sitting and the weight of your body when standing applies more pressure to the nerve thus worsening your symptoms, and when lying flat with a supportive pillow, the verve gets some relief. You need to see the Dr. for an exam and testing or a possible nerve impingement syndrome. Best wishes. ...Read more

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Left back of leg pain is worse lying down. What should I do?

Hard to say: You need to see a doctor for a thorough physical exam. The pain could be coming from pinched nerves in your back, nerve compression in the buttock or it could be bursa, joint or muscle pain. Too many variables here. ...Read more

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I have weakness, numbness, tingling, heaviness, in my arms and legs on a daily basis worse when lying down or in motion what can this be its even starting to blure my vision at times and causing me to be tired all the time

I have weakness, numbness, tingling, heaviness, in my arms and legs on a daily basis worse when lying down or in motion what can this be its even starting to blure my vision at times and causing me to be tired all the time

Your : Your symptoms are fairly generalized and are highly indicative of a systemic problem. The possibilities are extensive and need a comprehensive medical evaluation. It could be a neuromuscular problem. For starters check your blood sugar. ...Read more

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Pain in lower right abdomen. Worse with walking, moving legs. Better when laying down. ?

Pain in lower right abdomen. Worse with walking, moving legs. Better when laying down. ?

Get checked out: depending on several unmentioned factors this pain could be from your appendix, a kidney stone, ovarian torsion, or pelvic infection. There are several conditions that can cause right lower abdominal pain that may require surgery. Best to be seen in person. ...Read more

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1 week+ recurring calf pain in alternating legs. Worse when stationary especially bad laying down. Tested no DVT or sciatica. Legs look normal. Ideas?

Other Causes: A venous ultrasound is the gold standard for the diagnosis of DVT from the level of the groin to the upper ankle. If this is negative then you most likely do not have DVT. A d-dimer blood test especially if negative will further exclude DVT. There are many cause of leg pains and you should be evaluated for these. See your medical doctor. ...Read more

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A sharp pain on my right side hip bone (right next to tailbone). Worse when laying down and sneeze/cough. Why? Also get tingling in right leg 1 toe.

Likely nerve related: Low back/hip pain can radiate to the foot due to a nerve compression, entrapment or injury. L4/L5 is a very common area that can also give tingling and nerve sensations on the top of the big toe due to L5. Proper diagnosis and treatment options by a Specialist in person are essential for correct healing and preventing further damages. ...Read more