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From the history provided, it seems that you may be having a vascular or a neurologic cause of your sensory changes in your leg. The vascular causes include partial or temporary stasis of blood circulation. The Neurologic causes include peripheral neuropathy, Entrapment neuropathy, etc. The exact cause needs to be determined with a physical examination.
You may benefit by a consultation with your primary care physician or Neurologist and additional tests for diagnosis including a Doppler ultrasound, Nerve conduction study can be done and proper treatment can be initiated.
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