Fibromyalgia is a chronic pain syndrome which cause widespread body pain in the muscles, ligaments and tendons. The pain can also radiate from other areas into the thigh. Fibromyalgia thigh pain can lead to weakness of the legs, and can really cause difficulty in walking or even basic movements such as sitting and standing.
Possible Causes of Fibromyalgia
Natural medicine practitioners believe that the symptoms of fibromyalgia, especially the pain in the thigh area is due to an overgrowth of fungus called candida albicans. This fungus lives naturally in the body and overuse of antibiotics, along with poor diet and lack of exercise can trigger the condition. On the other hand, excess fungus along with other toxins can invade the tissues, cells and muscles in the thigh. The natural treatment for the thigh pain in fibromyalgia includes eating more vegetables and selective fruits and taking proper supplements.