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Why is my left lower thigh muscle twitching for no reason?
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Dr. Kathryn Mosher
Physical & Rehabilitation Medicine
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In brief: Fasiculation
This is most likely something called a fasiculation.
It is an isolated muscle twitch in one area that lasts temporarily. A good example is an eye twitch. If the symptoms continue, worsen, or move to include other muscles you should see your doctor. It could be a sign of an underlying neurologic disorder.

In brief: Fasiculation
This is most likely something called a fasiculation.
It is an isolated muscle twitch in one area that lasts temporarily. A good example is an eye twitch. If the symptoms continue, worsen, or move to include other muscles you should see your doctor. It could be a sign of an underlying neurologic disorder.
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