I'm a 53 yr. old female and for the last couple of months, an area of my left thigh has been getting numb, itching, and burning sensation. It occurs several times a day, walking, sitting or in bed. Other than high blood pressure, which I take medication for, I'm pretty healthy. The only Rx I take are Avapro 150mg, Hydrochlorot 12.5mg, and Atenolol 25mg.
What could be causing it?
I too have numbness and burning in my thigh and with it burning like it does, it feel like I'm sitting on a stove but my leg is under and the burner and then I have to rub it down and it goes aways for maybe a minute or two and then the burning feeling comes back. I can't take nomore and its been like this for 3 months. Is this a spinal problem?
I have been going through this for years!!! my thighs itch so bad I scratch so hard it hurts...it ends up feeling as though I have bruses all over my thighs. After i'm done scratching they burn...it's never ending and i'm concerned. It just hits me out of nowhere!! what is this???
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