Causes Of Weak Thighs?
Why is it that both of my thighs are very weak, it feels like the blood doesn’t flow
Thighs that feel weak can be caused by a variety of reasons. From the situation you are experiencing, thighs that feel weak and feel like blood is not flowing may be caused by a blockage in the blood vessels in the thigh area.
Blockage of blood vessels can actually occur in various blood vessels such as in the heart, brain, or in the legs. Blockage of blood vessels is usually more common in people with risk factors such as smoking, high blood pressure, blood vessel wall disorders, alcohol consumption, or have high blood lipid levels. Blockage of leg veins can cause symptoms such as pain in the legs, weakness, tingling, and redness of the feet and over time can make the thighs or legs blackish.
But apart from that, the situation you are experiencing can also be caused by other causes such as:
Vitamin B deficiency
inflammation of blood vessels
Therefore, if your condition persists, and if you feel weak when you are active, then you should immediately go to the doctor so that the doctor can examine your condition directly. There may be additional examinations such as blood tests, ecg, ultrasound, or MRI if necessary.
It is recommended that you do not smoke. Warm compresses on the thigh area. Do regular exercise.
Here's an article you can read about Vitamin B12
may be useful. Thank you