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You probably need to drink more water ( at least 8 8ounce glasses per day). Or perhaps you're overworking your muscles too much.

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My leg have felt as though thing Pulsating thetththere is a pulsating feel is soing as though sommethis going upmand down my leg Insometimes feel this in my arm. What is the answer please?


hi pamela.
Throbbing from vascular origin
A vein can produce this sensation because of the increased blood flow to a particular area due to physical activity - this can happened when you jog in the morning or after bodybuilding exercise or any other physical activity. When somebody tackles you during a football game and traumatizes your leg, the swelling can push on the vessels and this can produce a throbbing sensation. A trauma can also produce an abnormal communication between an artery and vein - this is called AV fistula.
Usually throbbing from vascular origin is not a reason to worry. You may visit a general practitioner who will probably examine the blood flow and may even order a test to look at your vessels.
Rarely the cause of throbbing is aneurism which produces a wide pulsatile area - aneurisms are often treated surgically.
  • It is useful to know that common conditions such as deep vein thrombosis, blood clots or peripheral artery disease usually do NOT present with throbbing sensation but usually present with pain and swelling.
Throbbing caused by muscle twitching
Turn off the lights, sit on a chair and use a direct light from a lamp and try to make the light beam horizontal so you can see the throbbing area clearly.
If you see tiny twitches you should know that your throbbing sensation is produced by your muscles.
Conditions causing muscle twitching
Although muscle twitches are often idiopathic or as a result of muscle hyperactivity or hyperexcitability because you had too much coffee or you had a heavy exercise earlier, muscle twitches can be a symptom of a serious medical conditions.
B12 deficiency. This is found especially in alcoholics or vegetarians. Muscle twitching is not an early symptom, usually B12 deficiency presents with anemia and decreased or altered sensation.
Multiple Sclerosis. Usually presents with pain behind one eye. Muscle twitching is a common symptom.
infection and Amyotophic Lateral Sclerosis also known to cause muscle twitches. It is advisable to see a neurologist for further evaluation, the neurologist is most likely to order MRI and blood test
read up more at this link.

https://www.steadyhealth.com/medical-answers/causes-of-throbbing-or-pulsing-sensation-in-arms-or-legs
Understanding Symptoms of Aneurysm
https://www.steadyhealth.com/topics/strange-throbbing-pulsing-in-my-thigh-just-above-knee?page=2
what is the cause of Pulsating in my leg Google Search

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Had operation on my hands since then muscles on my arms faded. At 62 years is it possible to build up the muscle again.


Yes certainly it is. However I can't say here you should use supplements, they may be the wrong thing. It may be also that certain exercises which place strain on your hands could be harmful at this stage, eg using heavy dumbells. I'd ask the doctor or physio what is the best way to start given your surgery.
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Diagram of arm muscles


Only way to know for sure is a MRI. In the mean time, RICE. Rest, ice, compression, and exercise.

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An arm flexing to show its biceps muscle. Represents strength, or working out.


Flexed Biceps Emoji

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What are the natural food to build quick muscle


Here are a list of 20 superfoods to build muscles
http://stronglifts.com/20-super-foods-you-need-to-build-muscle-lose-fat/

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What are the main muscles that are exercised when using jumping stilts?


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will mostly feel the burn in your quads (the front of your thighs) and the
gluteus maximus (your butt). These are the muscles that must respond if you are
trying to jump higher or run faster. You will also notice a workout in your
abdominal muscles and lower back. If you have good, straight posture while
using them, you will get a better abs workout. I recommend to stretch all of
these muscles before and after powerbocking.

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Do rowing machines work out the abs?


Generally, rowing machines are used to develop the back, legs, and arm muscles. But they do also work out the abdominal muscles, especially when you straighten yourself and when you bend.

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