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Burning, aching thighs at night. Is this something to worry about it ?

I get severe aching thighs at night about 10 days before my period starts and then goes away but it follows the same pattern every month. Is this something to worry about?
Asked On : Mon, 21 Mar 2011
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There are different type of premenstrual symptoms seen like low back pain;lower abdomen pain;mood swings;headache etc but severe pain in thigh is not a common symptom.But since it is in a particular pattern you get it could be a premenstrual sign in your case.Since it has been happening to you every month i guess there should be no reason to worry but to be on a safer side better get examined & consult a Gynaec near by.
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