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I have a sharp pain that causes my leg to loose stability. It is on the inside of my left thigh.It can happen standing,sitting o

Posted by rclark0314

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It can have been caused by a number of things!


A SMALL selection of possibilities:



#1. It´s a muscles cramp. Most likely!!! (Seek a masseuse, to get advise)


IT´s a part of your brain that can have been damaged at some point of your life.

It´s called "The motor strip" it´s a small line of the brain. (If this is the case, then it is just a small damage. possibly uptaind in your childhood Baseball injury, fall from a tree so on. ore in your "Older day´s" work injury, play with your child etc.)



Your right brain hemisphere is damaged either electrical ore chemical.


       - Electrical

         part´s of our brain is controlled by the brain send´s little electrical impulses to                Nerve cells, body muscles, brain cells ore other brain part´s. And if they don´t get            their destination, that can cause muscle mis reading of signal (cause your muscle            to relax).

       - Chemical

          There are brain chemical´s that works as an electrical/surcet leader. If the brain               do´sent produce enough of the chemicals then the electrical impulses can´t get               their destination. ( If this is the case then seek your doctor, it might be a small             operation ore some pills, liquid intake on a daily basis)


From JD

PS: seek your doctor when you have time. It is his/her that can give you a prober diagnose!!!

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