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Throbbing in upper mid thigh, feeling of pulse that vanishes on putting pressure. What could it be?

Hi, I woke up and could not go back to sleep because I felt a throbbing in my upper-mid thigh. It feels like a pulse because it is steady, but it is moving at a much faster rate than the pulse I can feel in my neck (one feels like after exercising; the other feels like normal resting). If I put pressure on it, it seems to go away until I take the pressure off again. Nothing else is bothering me.
Asked On : Sat, 21 Jul 2012
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Hi,you should avoid all purine and uric acid producing foods such as all meats,eggs and fish.glandular meats are especially harmful,also avoid all intoxicating liquors,coffee and all canned and processed foods.foods high in potassium such as potatoes,bananas,leafy green vegetables,beans and raw vegetable juices are protective.warm that paining part with hot water bag.1/2spoon salt may be added to a foot bath of hot water.take care
Answered: Sun, 22 Jul 2012
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