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The unique sensation of a warm feeling in your thigh can be puzzling. You may experience it as the feeling of spilled warm milk or as a hot, burning pain. The warmth may be localized to a specific area or may affect your entire thigh. Several conditions can cause a warm feeling in your thigh, including nerve, muscle, and joint problems. Nerve pain may sometimes be felt as warmth, which may progress into sharp, searing pain in the later stages. Pain from muscles and joints may be felt as a warm sensation due to the inflammatory process of the underlying tissues. A radiculopathy due to nerve root irritation or compression near the spine, can cause a variety of leg symptoms, including the feeling of warmth in your thigh. Radiculopathy from the lumbar nerve roots L1-L4 may cause 1 :.
I have written this post before but I can't actually see that I did post it it's an age thing For some time now I have the feeling of fluid running down what feels like the outside of my legs. There is never anything there. Does this happen to any of you. Morning, yes it happened to me a couple of weeks ago when I was just about to get in the shower I felt my leg but was bone dry, it's weird. The feeling of water running down your leg is actually a good thing. It is the lymphatic fluid moving. It is a very strange sensation but indicates that you have made the fluid move which will stop the fluid from building up in your leg , and so cause it to swell.