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What is his age?
Lower back pain?
Swelling,tenderness,pain,numbness in thigh?
Is it outer or inner side of thigh?
Is symptom persistent or comes & goes?
Is he taking any medicine?
Any other medical illness?Thanks.Waiting for your reply.
Sorry for late reply and inconvenience.Thanks for the follow-up.I understand your concern.As per your description, possible differential diagnosis may include include Nerve compression, fasciculations- which are local involuntary muscle twitching.
He should do gentle massage with topical diclofenac sodium ointment.
Take OTC Advil.
He should do gentle stretching.
And avoid prolonged hours of sitting or standing in same position.
If his symptoms'll not improvement then see him to a doctor for a clinical exam.
Start a multivitamin and multimineral supplement.
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This is benign fasciculation or Benign twitches- usually affects eye, thigh,calf and thumb- triggered by stress or anxiety,potassium or magnesium deficiency,electrolyte imbalance.
They will resolve with rest, vitamins and hydration with Gatorade.Stress reduction is really important tooBut if they get worse, more broad or associated with weakness or numbness, you need to see your physician.
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He should take OTC Pepcid and Advil.
Also do warm compresses with a heating pad.
Eat a bland diet.
Take Mylanta gas.
Hope this helps.
As long as there is no tenderness,redness,bluish discoloration,swelling,severe pain and area warm to touch then chances of blood clot formation are very slim.
So you needn't to worry at all about it.