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Nerve pain in the thigh is caused by damage to the femoral nerve, which in turn may be caused by direct injury, pelvic fractures, radiation to the pelvis or prolonged pressure on the nerve, according to Healthline. A tumor or other growth may also cause nerve pain.


Nerve pain in the thigh may indicate a condition called meralgia paresthetica, which occurs due to damage to or too much pressure on one of the nerves, explains WebMD. This condition is also known as Bernhardt-Roth syndrome, and avoiding tight-fitting clothing can help relieve the symptoms. Severe c


One of the most common causes of thigh pain is muscle strain, according to WebMD. Less common causes include vascular disease, blood clots and arthritis.


Symptoms of nerve damage to the shoulder and upper arms may include pain, weakness, paresthesias, or a tingling or prickling, pins-and-needles sensation when there are no known injuries to the affected area, according to the American Academy of Family Physicians. Johns Hopkins Medicine also lists av


Exposure to extreme temperatures and thigh injuries may cause a burning pain in the upper thigh, according to Healthgrades. In some situations, the pain may be due to nerve problems as a result of lupus, diabetes or multiple sclerosis. Another possible cause is meralgia paresthetica, which occurs du


Causes of cramps in the upper thigh include dehydration, pulled thigh muscles and diabetic neuropathy, according to Healthgrades. Dehydration is caused by an inadequate amount of fluids in the body, which leads to muscle cramps, notes MedlinePlus.


Losing weight, wearing loose clothing, restraining from heavy physical activity and avoiding tool belts are three personal changes that can help reduce burning pain in the upper thigh, states the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons. Home and over-the-counter remedies may also help relieve the p


Symptoms of nerve damage of the feet include pain with a sharp or burning sensation, numbness and tingling, sensitivity when touched, and a lack of coordination, states Mayo Clinic. Nerve damage of the feet is known as perpheral neuropathy, a condition in which sensory, motor or autonomic functions


A probable cause of numbness in the upper, outer thigh is meralgia paresthetica, a condition that occurs when the nerve that provides sensation to the thigh’s surface is compressed, according to Mayo Clinic. It often occurs on one side of the body and worsens upon walking or standing.


Signs of motor nerve damage to the legs and feet include twitching, muscle atrophy, weakness or paralysis, according to WebMD. Patients with sensory nerve damage to the feet and legs experience numbness, sensitivity, pain, burning or tingling and prickling sensations. Sensory nerve damage can also c