- Your Pain in Both Thighs May Also be Known as:
- Aches and pains in my both thighs
- Both thighs ache
- Both thighs discomfort
- Both thighs hurts
- Both thighs pain
- Both thighs soreness
- Painful both thighs
- Sore both thighs
Top 2 Pain in Both Thighs Causes
The spine, or backbone, protects the spinal cord and allows people to stand and bend. Spinal stenosis causes narrowing in the spine. The narrowing puts pressure on nerves and the spinal cord and can cause pain.
You should visit your primary care physician. He/She will suggest treatments which include medications, physical therapy, braces, and surgery.
- Top Symptoms:
- lower back pain, back pain that shoots down the leg, back pain that shoots to the butt, difficulty walking, back pain that gets worse when straightening it
- Primary care doctor
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2.Guillain - Barre Syndrome
Certain immune system conditions can damage the peripheral nervous system (PNS) which connect the brain and spinal cord with the rest of the body.
You should seek immediate medical care at an ER. Nerve damage can potentially impair your ability to control your heart and lungs. You may need to be admitted to the hospital.
- Top Symptoms:
- shortness of breath, diarrhea, constipation, excessive sweating, general numbness
- Symptoms that always occur with guillain-barre syndrome:
- progressive weakness
- Hospital emergency room
Questions Your Doctor May Ask About Pain in Both Thighs
- Q.Is your upper leg pain getting better or worse?
- Q.Is your upper leg pain constant or come-and-go?
- Q.How severe is your upper leg pain?
- Q.How long has your upper leg pain been going on?
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Pain in Both Thighs Symptom Checker Statistics
People who have experienced pain in both thighs have also experienced:
- 6% Lower Back Pain
- 3% Sore Throat
- 3% Pain in the Back of the Neck
People who have experienced pain in both thighs had symptoms persist for:
- 32% Over a Month
- 27% Less Than a Week
- 24% Less Than a Day
People who have experienced pain in both thighs were most often matched with:
- 10% Spinal Stenosis