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Knee pain and legs pain/numbness
I work in retail 8 hrs standing and walking job. Working for 6 years I often have continue leg pain after my shift when I go to bed. Often I take pain killer for tht as well. Also my knees are painful when I do any bending work. Sometimes I feel the knee pain even with the basic movements of legs like kicking , using staircase etc. Also have an issue of frequent numbness in my legs when ever I fold my legs to eat as per Indian tradition or if I sit with most of my waight over my legs while worshipping etc tasks, my legs usually get numb very soon. Plz tell me which test should I go for to detect my problem,? Also suggest diagnose for this. Thanks
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Numbness while sitting cross legged is expected and normal in some people, Please get your thyroid. Vitamin D3 and vitamin B12 levels checked
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