My legs feel like I'm pulling them and tire easily. Standing also makes them hurt more especially if it's a lot and then go to bed.
Standing and walking can make restless legs worse. Especially walking and physical activity. For me, it only lasts a day or so and my legs become used to the added activity and I have no symptoms.
Hurting in your legs is a different issue. What exactly is hurting? Muscle? Varicose veins (you don't have to be able to see them). Is there a burning feeling? Do you have diabetes?
If your legs feel heavy and you're "pulling" them, that sounds like a different problem, too. Are you on any other medications? If yes, look up their side effects. Check for swelling in your feet and ankles. Do your socks leave a line in your skin? Is the flesh above the sock line bulging out a little or a lot? If so, you may need to try compression stockings from your local drug store. Usually your left side is the 1st to swell. One caveat: if you find your legs or feet are significantly swelling, then this could possibly be linked to the pain you feel.
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