I am 29 yrs old, female. No medical insurance. Husband thinks I am a bit of a hypochondriac. That being said, I don't want to go to the doctor unless something is really serious. I would estimate other than a very stubborn bronchitis I'm in decent overall health as far as I am aware.
I am having very mild tingling/numbness in my thigh, feels deep under the surface. The other day it was in my right hip and leg, today I am just barely feeling it in my thigh. It's mild, and I notice it more if I rub my thigh. Sometimes I notice it in the back as well as front.
I've noticed it in the same thigh awhile back, like many months or even a year ago, so its a chronic thing. Except, it seems to go away sometimes, then I start noticing it again.
Could it be something like a pinched nerve or nerve damage? I just want to make sure it's not something really bad.
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