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One common cause of sharp stabbing pain in the upper right leg is sciatica, as stated by WebMD. In addition, sharp pains in the thigh are a sign of deep vein thrombosis, or DVT, notes Medscape. More »

Sharp, stabbing thigh pain can be caused by several factors that include nerve damage, muscle strains, infected tissues and blood clots, according to Healthline. It is important for individuals with unexplained thigh pai... More »

Common causes of leg pain, which can be a sharp, aching, dull or stabbing sensation, include a joint, bone or muscle injury, normal wear and tear, and overuse, according to Mayo Clinic. In some cases, leg pain results fr... More »

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Occipital neuralgia can cause a stabbing pain in the back of the head, explains WebMD. It is a neurological condition that affects the nerves at the back of the head and neck. More »

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Sharp, stabbing thigh pain can be caused by several factors that include nerve damage, muscle strains, infected tissues and blood clots, according to Healthline. It is important for individuals with unexplained thigh pai... More »

Some of the causes of a stabbing pain in your left side could include fibromyalgia, acute pericarditis or an oncoming heart attack, according to WebMD. Since the heart is located on the left side of the body, a stabbing ... More »

Some causes of shooting pain in the leg are sciatica, piriformis syndrome and shin splints. With the medical conditions sciatica and piriformis syndrome, the sciatic nerve is affected. Shin splints, which tend to occur i... More »