Burning Pain in Leg?

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Complex regional pain syndrome or CPRS abiding condition of pain. This syndrome can causing a feeling of burning in the leg. Most causes are unknown, but in some cases the sympathetic nervous system could be part of the reason. An injury to the nerve is known as CRPS 2. CPRS 1 happens after an injury and is a continuing nerve disorder. CPRS 1 usually affects the arms and legs. Early detection of this syndrome is crucial in treatment, but diagnosing can be hard. No cure is available for Complex regional pain syndrome.
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The first step is to identify exactly where you are having the burning sensation in your legs. Is it localized or is it spread out? Does it go from the top of your thigh to your calf
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Walking a lot can cause pain in legs. It certainly is an inconvenience. However, you can expect it if you are on your feet all day like a nurse is or a construction worker.
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leg burn pain it depend upon person condition and ability to face difficulty individual person cannot define his pain.
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