I am a active 67 year old male that has been given a clean bill of health, yet for the past 6 months i have been experiencing severe leg pain that tends roam my lower torso going from calf to thigh to buttox, leg to leg in no specific order. it changes its local every 5-8 days. it is extremely sensitive to pressure and often the skin in the affected area is slightly red. once the pain affected my right shoulder near the back of my armpit, but this was the only time it has roamed beyond the lower half of my body. i have had many, many blood tests, an ultra sound and a CT scan. Nothing! I live in small community in northern Canada and we don't have a large pool of doctors or specialists to choose from. my next option would be to travel 9 hours to a major city to try and get to a larger hospital but i have limited funds. if you have known anyone with these symptoms or have any idea what might be the cause it would be greatly appreciated. I would like to keep pushing the grass down for a while longer, not up!! :)Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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