Upper Thigh Pain To The Lower Leg Continuously?
I want to ask, why are my thighs up to my lower legs aching all of them? Even though I don’t have any strenuous activities, that’s why? Thanks
Foot pain can be caused due to various causes. Some conditions that can cause pain in the thigh to the lower leg such as:
thigh muscles tired pinching spinal nerves / HNP spine deformities broken bones lack of vitamin D Certain tumors One of the causes that can cause pain in the legs due to physical activity. Even if you don't do strenuous physical activity, sometimes your thigh muscles can get tired. For example when you walk long enough, or when walking far away. In addition, lack of rest can also affect muscle strength.
In addition, spinal cord clamps can also cause pain in the thighs that extend to the lower legs. Pinching especially the lumbar region can cause pain, and weakness in the legs.
Therefore, to ascertain the cause of your situation, you should consult a doctor directly so that the doctor can examine your condition directly. maybe later additional tests will be carried out such as blood, X-ray, or MRI if necessary.
it's important to get enough rest, don't smoke. You can do light massage on your thighs and legs. Regular exercise is also very important.
The following article you can read about getting pinched nerves
may be useful. thank you