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Old 10-17-2016, 10:01 AM
 
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Burning sensations of blood flow in the back of my right ankles, I am pretty health in my late 40's. Pretty active person.
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Old 03-27-2017, 08:12 AM
 
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When I am on my back and my legs are flat , both of my legs overheat that he had to pull out the cover. And when I touch the they re really hoti had leg ultrasound they didn't find out anything wrong they also check the blood flow and nothing was wron. I was diagnosed as prediabetic and I am watching my carb my hma1c got better. What s with the heat in my legs (knee to ankle). I am in my mid 50 and I workout twice a week and hike
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Old 01-10-2018, 05:31 PM
 
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In the last several weeks, I've often experienced a "hot flash" in my left leg that lasts anywhere from a few seconds to at most a half minute, which then goes away. It feels like warm 110-degree water being poured on my lower leg, between the ankle and the knee. One doc I asked about it said "it's probably nothing to worry about". Well, is it? Anybody else experience this? Maybe it's just normal to the aging process?...(I'm in early 60's)

Bud
Bud, you just described exactly what I am experiencing! Did you find the cause? I am 62, overweight but no real health issues. I have a general check up appointment in 19 days and I was going to mention this. Any feedback would be great
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Old 01-08-2019, 10:05 PM
 
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Well I’m 45, and I just started having the exact same symptoms and I cannot figure out what it is either. I feel the heat come on in the same location throughout the day, whether I’m lying down or standing. It comes on in the left leg right above my ankle on the outer side. It doesn’t last long but it heats up and in seconds goes away.
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Old 01-09-2019, 01:32 PM
 
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https://www.healthline.com/health/bu...legs#treatment
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Old Yesterday, 11:28 AM
 
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I am a 43 year old healthy woman and I've been experiencing this exact thing for weeks. Have you found any answers?
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Old Today, 07:50 PM
 
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In the last several weeks, I've often experienced a "hot flash" in my left leg that lasts anywhere from a few seconds to at most a half minute, which then goes away. It feels like warm 110-degree water being poured on my lower leg, between the ankle and the knee. One doc I asked about it said "it's probably nothing to worry about". Well, is it? Anybody else experience this? Maybe it's just normal to the aging process?...(I'm in early 60's)

Bud
Very, very similar. I haven't felt it in a while though. It happened in my last year of working. It wasn't super hot but it was rather warm. It was noted mostly with my left leg. It felt to me like someone throwing a cupful of warm water at my left upper leg or sometimes below knee around lower left portion of left leg. It did not last long at all. I can't recall what I was doing that may have brought it on. It did not hurt. It was just odd to me.
Late 50's/early 60's when it happened. It was not an everyday occurrence either. I can't pinpoint the frequency of occurrence either. Like whether it was once a week, once every other week, once a month, ... I haven't had it happen since then. I'm retired now.

I've never broken any major bones in my body, but I have fallen and banged my knees on a few occasions.
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Old Today, 08:53 PM
 
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Go to a vascular doc just to be sure...you don't have to be "old" to have issues.
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