I have to ask if anyone out there has had these symtoms. In the morning (not every morning but getting more frequent lately) I get very sharp burning like pain in the front of my thigh. This pain is so severe that it makes me scream at the top of my lungs. It's when I try to get out of bed, moving any body part, the pain is only localized in the thigh. Then when I stop moving it goes away (lasts about the lenghth of a charley horse) Then I rest a bit and try to move another body part, scream sweat, rest. This goes on until I can drag my body up and once standing , I'm fine. This process takes about 1 hour. Any guesses?Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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