Yesterday, I had a strange pain in my leg, which made me rush to the nearest chair and sit, as I held my leg.
It wasn't a muscle cramp or bone pain. It went from the inside of my right knee, where the leg bends, and it shot downward, halfway to the ankle.
The only way I can describe it is, it felt like someone had injected very hot water into my vein, and the heat from it dripped downward.
It never reached my ankle, and subsided very quickly, thank goodness. Anyone ever experience something like this, or know what it could be? First time it ever happened to me.
I wasn't doing anything that would cause it, and I don't have circulation issues and am not obese. Afterward, there was no sign of redness or anything visible.