Okay, here';s the deal - my 1st post on WrDiag. I'm 30 or so, white male, reasonably healthy. Solid BP and glucose, im of the lean body type, a former smoker.
Last April for a couple of days, then again in July and on off for a few weeks, and last week for an hour my rear thigh, where my leg meets the car seat or office chair, would feel burn-y. Why? No power loss has been associated with this. And my butt dont hurt, just my rear thighs. Oh, and it's defilly nerve pain, not muscle pain. And I dont really feel the burn when I walk. It's like a white noise kind of pain that will wax and wane throughout the day. One a few occasions, the pain would SCREAM OUT, like the sensation of being slapped on your thighs, or sitting pantless on a hot metal folding chair out in the sun. On even fewer occasions i ahd a pins and needles feeling that lasted a short while. BUT my elgs have never gone numb.. Any ideas? I had a clean EMG and nuero exam in this fall. Can this kind of pain just randomly occur without any trigger, or is there always an underlying cause? Thanks@
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