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Intermittent pulsing feeling through outer thigh, occurs occasionally on walking or sitting. Could it be peripheral aneurysm?

Hi, I am 74 and for the last few months I ve had an intermittent feeling of blood pulsing through my outer thigh about 6 inches above knee . . If occurs sometimes after I ve been walking, sometime when I sit down, never in bed. No pain, no lump and no redness on skin. I m fit with a BMI of 22. If it likely to be a peripheral aneurysm? Thank you. David Gibbons
Asked On : Mon, 15 Oct 2012
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