I have had leg pains since I was a young child. When I was little my Mom said I would cry because the pains were so bad. My Mom repeatedly took me to the doctor and was repeatedly told it was "growing pains" or that I had "played to hard". She finally gave up and I learned to live with it. I am now 34 and the pain is more frequent now after the birth of my son. The pain only comes in the evenings after I have settled down or gone to bed and it radiates from my calves all the way up to my thigh. Sometimes I try to ignore it but I eventually end up getting up to go and take some Tylenol otherwise I will be awake and in pain all night. They never go away on their own. When I was younger I would take a hot bath, get leg massages and sleep with my legs elevated. I used to think it was from over exertion but now that I have had my son I also realize that it occurs after I have done nothing other than sit with him all day. I think it may be related to poor circulation or something. Any insight is appreciated.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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