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swollen thigh, tingly feeling on one side of body

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • March 2, 2007
  • 01:28 AM

I started with a swollen thigh, just the upper half and blood clot was ruled out. they also tested for myocitis and that was negative too. now i still have swelling in my upper thigh but also have a bit of swelling in my arm and tingling in my arm and leg which has currently traveled up my neck and into my face. all of this on the right side of the body. basically, my left side feels fine but my right side is swollen and tingly. no rashes, no fever. i don't know where to go next. my doctor is sending me to an orthopedist next week. also had mri to look for nerve damage, but there is none. any ideas?

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