If I stand still for more than 5-10 minutes, my legs begin to itch badly. It gets worse as I stand still. The only way to stop it is to walk around, which helps the slowest, or sit which helps fastest. They turn red too. I've been to the doctor multpile times. They test for diabetes every time and when they find that isnt the case send me home. I don't have diabetes. I would however like to know what it is thats wrong. I know I have low blood pressure, so I thought maybe something from that, but I can't find anyone who mentions suffering from it. I can't find anything at all that sounds like what I feel, and my doctors are idiots. Anyone have any ideas?Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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