A member asked:

Have had a knee injury waiting on treatment been immobile for weeks. burning sensation on inner left thigh, skin hurts, not red or hot to the touch. left foot has now become cold. cramp like pain in thigh? also have c diff.ideas what this could be?

A doctor has provided 1 answer

Pinched nerve: The left leg symptoms are characteristic of a pinched nerve at the groin. The coldness of the left foot most likely is a sensation subsequent to the pinched nerve rather than true coldness of the skin. Truly cold foot would be caused by blockage of the artery supplying the foot. I recommend consulting a neurologist for evaluation of your left leg symptoms.

Answered 10/17/2020



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