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    I'm 19, feel like I'm 40. Right side hurts
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    An_247462 posted:
    Lately I have been getting these pains in my right leg from my glutes all the way down to my foot and now it's progressed to where that hurts and the right side of my head, kind of like a headache in the top right area. I have no idea why this is going on I haven't seen a doctor yet because I didn't think it was that serious but randomly my whole right side hurts. Almost feels sometimes like my circulation is being cut off but only for a few seconds. Not sure what it is.. Any thoughts?
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    Caprice_WebMD_Staff responded:
    You really should see your doctor to start getting answers. An online message board can't even really guess at what this may be.

    Let us know what they find out.
    We must let go of the life we have planned, so as to accept the one that is waiting for us. ~Joseph Campbell


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