Spot in my upper left leg starts to tingle and then stops. Every few minutes it tingles for 2 seconds and then nothing for a few minutes. This happened for 2 straight days and then went away for about 2 weeks and now it's happening again. What is this? It's not numbness, just tingles.
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replied February 13th, 2015
Thank you for asking
I read your question and I understand your concern. Let me tell you my experience. What a person feel some times and some times not is very unlikely to be the disease. So I suppose it is nothing to worry about. Just take care of the posture and rest for a while. You may take some muscle relaxants for the relief. See if it helps.
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Khan


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