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I'm 25 and been going thru leg pain aching for weeks in both legs especially my left one? Why? Pain so bad sometimes have trouble walking & getting up?

Sciatica. sciatica is a common cause of bilateral leg pain in an otherwise healthy young adult... http://www.spine-health.com/conditions/sciatica/what-you-need-know-about-sciatica. Read more...
Multiple reasons. Seek a local medical opinion. You list CT scan, surgical drainage and bactrim (sulfamethoxazole and trimethoprim) in your clinical findings section.It is possible that your pain could be related. Bactrim (sulfamethoxazole and trimethoprim) has been reported to give muscle issues. Neuromuscular problems could also include rarer issues like MS or Myesthenia. Metabolic/ electrolyte issues also need to be ruled out with labs and exams. Further workup is needed. Read more...

I have leg pain twice a week ish from knee down walking doesn't help or resting im 28 male its a dull ache from knee down mainly on the front and both legs?

Depends on Cause. There are many causes of leg pain. It could be something as simple as your foot wear.L if you run on a regular basis and suddenly increased your training it could be anything from shin splints to stress fractures. Muscular strains/overuse can cause this-may need to stretch more. Are you on your feet all day? Foot wear and the surface you work on could result in cumulative stress. Get it checked. Read more...

Leg pain in all of both legs (burning/twitching) and weakness. Worse with use. Tailbone pain/sore at times. Could there be a connection? MRI normal.

Possibly. The first thing is that it is not normal to have pain and weakness in the legs in an otherwise healthy 22 year old. An MRI of the lumbar spine is a structural test, but in your case it should me noted: it would not normally show the coccyx unless specifically asked, it could be coming from other areas of the spine, and finally it might not be a structural problem and and so may not show up on MRI. Read more...

What to do for severe leg pain in both legs at same time?

Restless leg syndrom. Do you have obstructive sleep apnea? Rls goes along w/ osa. See a sleep specialist, either a neurologist or pulmonary md. Read more...

Has anyone suffered from severe leg pain in both legs at night?

Restless leg syndrom. Do you have obstructive sleep apnea? Rls goes along w/ osa. See a sleep specialist, either a neurologist or pulmonary md. Read more...

What can I do to ease severe leg pain in both legs?

Need to see . A doctor to assess the cause. Could be secondary to peripheral artery disease...Need clinical exam. Read more...
Leg pain. Find the cause: vascular, neurologic, edema, lymphedema, etc. Are possibilities. Get good physical and give good history to your pcp. Read more...

Does anyone know what can cause severe leg pain in both legs especially at night?

Several things. Problems like these can only be correctly handled by your doctor in person. He/she needs to listen to you, perform an examination and possibly run labs or other tests. That's the only way he/she can find out what's going on and what to do about it. Read more...