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sdemilio1231:I've had a Charlie horse before.. I can't explain how it feels but it goes from my knees all the way down to my ankles, kind of a dull pain in both legs. It's def not a Charlie horse though, I know what that feels like.
rm2013:From my knees down to my toes I'll get a tingly, kinda pin pricking feeling when I'm standing up sometimes. It feels really weird almost as if my legs had gone to sleep, but of course they didn't. I just sit down and put my feet up and it will go away. I don't worry too much about it, I just chalk it up to swelling and reduced circulation. I'll also throw on some knee high compression socks if I'm going to work and know it will be more likely to happen.
I have this. It is like carpal tunnel but in the legs rather than hands. Keep your feet elevated as much as possible.