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How old are you? Are you a male or a female? How tall are you? How much do you weigh? Any weight change? Any skin change? Loss of hair on the leg? Shining skin on the leg? Can you attach the photos of the legs here? Does anything make the tingling better or worse? When did it start? Is it consistent? Is it getting worse? When you press the food with the finger, does the dent remain for a while? Any medical problems? Any surgeries? Any medications including over-the-counter pills and herbs? Any family medical history?
Exactly where in the leg were you injured? Can you tell me more about the injury? When you walk, does the symptoms occur? When you take a rest after the walk, are the symptoms gone? When you press the area, do you feel pain?
How did you lose weight?
Although it is less likely young woman has bad circulation, you should see a vascular surgeon to have a doppler ultrasound to have the blood flow measured. If it is negative, you should see a neurologist to have neurological exam, a blood test, nerve conduction test, and imaging studies if necessary.
Sorry I don't know the doctors in NYC area. You should see your primary care doctor and ask her/him to refer the specialist to you.