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Very confusing leg pain that will not go away

Both of my legs hurt in different places. There is this very tender spot on my left leg that is very tender and hurts if you put any pressure on it. Has been like that for years and I have no idea why.

My right leg has a begign lipoma on it and recently the area above it hurts whenever I stand up and when I walk for lonh periods of time. This has been happening for a few weeks. My first thought is nerve damage due to lipoma pressing on nerves. Has anyone experienced this before?
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  • Ellen625EEllen625 New Jersey, USPosts: 757
    Hi dragonspirit
    I don't have any experience with this but was wondering if you've seen a doctor and hadany testing done.
  • SavageSavage United StatesPosts: 7,385
    Hello dragonspirit1989 !
    Please use search, upper right on page, and type in Welcome to Spine-health.
    It will be first on list of results, Welcome to Spine-health, how to get started!

    You will find much helpful information!
    Many of us seasoned members continue to refer to it time to time!

    Thank you!
    Sue
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    Please read my medical history at: Medical History

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