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Gout should not cause this type of pain.
She actually says it is a burning pain.
Since pain is more apparent during sitting, pinched nerve can be a likely cause.
It is in both legs, I wonder if massage would help.
This can be expected with lower spine arthritis or degenerative changes.
massages and physical therapy both will help.
Not serious but should be treated to avoid problem with mobility later.
Thank you so much. She won't mention to a doctor because she thinks they'll start a bunch of tests, but now maybe she'll feel better about telling her.
Do not worry.