I've been searching everywhere for an explanation of what might be going on with my right leg (minus going to a doctor, which I can't afford at the moment).
My right leg has a constant feeling of "trying to fall asleep", and a very dull ache to it. Feels pretty cold a lot of the time (on the inside, not exterior). Also, when standing, I've noticed that when I follow a large vein/artery from my lower leg, to right behind my right knee, there's a "knot" or "lump" on the vein/artery, or so it seems.
I'm not in any severe pain. However, it's been going on for 2 days now, and it's becoming pretty bothersome.
Any information would be greatly appreciated.
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