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    Lower Leg Pain
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    miteshgajjar posted:
    Hi I have problem with Leg Pain.
    I have following symptoms:
    1) mainly Lower leg pains when I am sitting or sleeping.
    2) in the morning during wake up, I feel pain In back side at lumbar.
    3) I feel pain in only any one leg at a time, either left or Right.


    recently I done my blood reports, which tells I have hyperthyroidism.
    TSH is 6.0. is this correlated with my problem or not?


    Please help me what to do for the same?
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    An_251837 responded:
    These questions are really best posed to your doctor. It is both impossible and against the rules in all WebMD communities to provide any type of diagnosis or medical advice.


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