Sudden weakness & leg pain?I am a 30yr/78kg/5.9ft male have a problem developed in my legs & thigh from last around 15 days.
My legs are having pain like I have done some heavy leg exercise, stiffness and weakness, pain increases in calf and thigh when I walk.
Other symptoms are:
Slightly upset bowl movement (morning semi loose stool).
Very mild stomach pain (sometimes)
Body Weakness without any proper cause (after regular eating, no weight loss)
Please suggest what is the problem as pain and stiffness in legs & thighs are increasing very slowly day by day.
SeekingHelp on 2006-10-09
For tentative relief take following :
1. Bryonia-30, one drop liquid medicine, direct on clean scraped tongue, one dose, the last thing in the night. For 15 days. Stop with feedback over here.
ALONGWITH above :
2. Take Mag.Phos.6X and Nat.Sulph.3X. Take four tablets of each (as one dose). Take such 3-4 doses daily till symptoms persist.
Do not change power / potency or quantity of medicine.
Physio-Therapy wise : Keep both your legs straight up on a chair, while lying down on the floor. Your legs should be atleast 18 inches higher from your hip level, when you lie down. Do this atleast for 30 minutes, every day. This will relieve your current discomfort.
Do confirm / post over here, IF you benefit from the above suggestions.
Remain Healthy & Happy ....... Nesha-India
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Nesha-India last decade
Definitely try those remedies and exercises that Nesha has suggested. I hope you feel better soon, keep us posted.
lily white last decade
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