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Constant sore leg?

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  • Posted By: jakrafcik
  • June 25, 2009
  • 06:19 AM

I am an 18 year old male that has been going through some strange symptoms the past few months. It first started around March when I got strong one-sided headaches and weakness in my legs. I went to the ER a couple of times because of the headaches and weakness, and I got a couple of CT scans that were normal. I then went to a neurologist a month later and they diagnosed me with migraines.

However, the past couple of months I have been having twitches all over my body. I have also had a problem with my right leg the past couple of weeks too. When I walk on it in the morning, my leg feels a little sore. It also feels awkward when walking on it. I work in a grocery store during the daytime about 5-6 hours a day, and that is when my leg really bothers me. Since I am on my feet a lot, I never really get a break to sit down. However, my right leg has felt very sore the past couple of weeks while I am at work. When I come home at night, my right leg is so sore that feels as if I had been working out all day. The soreness can be felt throughout my right leg, but its usually in my calfs and feet. My left leg has not been sore at all.

I have talked to my family doctor and he has set up an appointment with my neurologists in regards of the muscle twitching all over my body. However, I did not mention my sore leg to him since it has emerged the past couple of weeks. Does anyone know the cause of my right leg constantly being sore and aching? I will admit that I have been very stressed out these past couple of months, and my diet has not been good either.

I appreciate the help. :)

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