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124 Possible Causes for Difficulty Walking and Climbing Stairs, Thigh Pain

  • Connective Tissue Disease

    ) Weakness in the forearm muscles Pain or discomfort as muscles weaken Difficulty swallowing[] Signs and symptoms Frequent falls Difficulty walking Trouble climbing stairs or standing from a seated position A foot that seems to drop when walking, causing tripping Weakened[] […] difficulty flexing the fingers Difficulty writing, manipulating keys, and other daily activities Weakness and noticeable shrinking of the quadriceps (main muscle of the thighs[]

  • Lambert Eaton Myasthenic Syndrome

    This syndrome causes muscle weakness (particularly in the legs), fatigue, dry mouth, drooping eyelids, and pain in the upper arms and thighs.[] Common symptoms include: aching muscles difficulty walking and climbing stairs difficulty lifting objects or raising the arms drooping eyelids, dry eyes and blurred vision[] Weakness or loss of movement that can be more or less severe, including: Difficulty climbing stairs, walking, or lifting things Muscle pain Drooping of the head The need to[]

  • Trochanteric Bursitis

    Greater trochanteric pain syndrome is a condition that causes pain over the outside of your upper thigh (or both thighs).[] Pain may be exacerbated by side-lying, prolonged walking or stair climbing.[] CLINICAL FEATURES: A 53-yr-old obese female presented with acute severe lateral hip and posterolateral thigh pain.[]

  • Muscle Strain

    Whether it’s your hamstring, quadriceps or adductor muscles, strained thigh muscles can be a pain.[] Weakness in the calf when trying to walk, climb stairs, or stand. Limping when walking. Difficulty performing daily activities that require standing and walking.[] Posterior thigh pain. In: Brukner P and Khan K, eds. Clinical sports medicine. London: McGrawHill, 1993. Ekstrand J, Gillquist J.[]

  • Hip Fracture

    A 74-year-old woman reported chronic thigh pain for 1 month.[] ; exercise 13 ; the number of hours spent sitting and lying down per day; and the amount of difficulty experienced in walking, climbing and descending stairs, preparing meals[] pain and characteristic radiographic findings indicative of potential impending subtrochanteric insufficiency fracture.[]

  • Vitamin D Deficiency

    Chronic pain in the low back and thighs, as well as chronic daily headaches were identified as potential sleep-disrupting forces.[] Muscle weakness may cause difficulty in climbing stairs or getting up from the floor or a low chair, or can lead to the person walking with a waddling pattern.[] At follow-up, she reported resolution of thigh pain and headaches, with a significant improvement in her low back pain syndrome.[]

  • Polyglucosan Body Myopathy Type 2

    The initial manifestation is usually subacute evolving asymmetric anterior thigh muscle pain.[] Due to muscle weakness, walking/climbing stairs becomes difficult.[] Although walking up or down stairs may be challenging as a result, the required actions to climb upward might be more affected because of the impaired plantar flexion.[]

  • Vitamin D

    Bone pain often also occurs in the lower back, hips, pelvis, thighs and feet. Who gets vitamin D deficiency?[] climbing stairs or getting up from the floor or a low chair, or cause you to walk with a waddling gait stress fractures , especially in your legs, pelvis, and hips Doctors[] Not uncommonly, people have a hairline fracture in the bone which is causing tenderness and pain.[]

  • Autosomal Recessive Lower Motor Neuron Disease with Childhood Onset

    The condition is heralded by severe pain in the hip or shoulder with prominent weakness of the ilipsosas, thigh adductors, and quadriceps muscles; when the lumbosacral plexus[] climbing stairs and walking.[] The most affected muscles are: tendon / achilles (heel), hamstrings (back of thigh), hip flexors (front of hip and thigh) and hip abductors (outside of thigh).[]

  • Anterior Thigh Pain

    The hydroxyapatite coating did not prevent thigh pain in the Furlong group.[] It may come on suddenly or gradually, and it can cause you to have difficulty with normal functional mobility like walking, running, or climbing stairs.[] Other Causes Inguinal hernias and herniation in the femoral region are also responsible for causing front thigh pain and inner thigh pain.[]

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