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Thigh pain on right leg

I have been having on and off right thigh pains , I have researched it and found somethings but I have non of the other symptoms! Please help! I have no clue what's wrong with my leg, It comes out of no where and I can barely walk on it due to pain , I'm constantly having pain killers to try and remove the pain when it's there , helps for a few hours , but then it either continues or it's gone. I have had this pain for around a week! It started when I was outside exercising , but it still happens whilst not exercising , I don't know if I pulled a muscle but the pain is sharp and 



  • memerainboltmemerainbolt IndianaPosts: 6,359

    hello lillehlove

    welcome to spine-health

    since we are not capable or able to make a diagnosis, you should call your doctor. it could be a number of things and his opinion is one you need.

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  • You did not mention if you have seen a doctor. The pain does sound similar to sciatica, I'm only saying this because I have the same symptoms in my thigh. It's a sharp stabbing pain. I would advise to go see an orthopedic specialist, ask for an MRI to see if there is anything impinging on your nerves especially if it is progressively getting worse. Best of luck! 

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