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Lower back pain, weak legs and arms. Does this mean I'm having a growth spurt/getting taller? 16 year old girl, got first period 15 yr 0 mo
Constant headache reoccurring dizziness lower back pain nausea weak legs can't stand/walk long/far constantly exhausted insomnia cry a lot - not preg?
Severe lower back pain, headache, legs weak/ache, dizzy. Not preg. Awoke this way, got worse thru day with some tightness in chest. PR shot up to 120.
Chest pains: Or tightness in the chest is a red flag. Regardless, could be only muscle pain or GI problems, or migraine, pain in your chest is a serious medical condition. It is always important to check and appointment with your PCP for evaluation or a cardiologist is warranted. Take care. ...Read more
No period since mar 2014, when lie feels like somethin tightn, weight gain, not sexually active, low Abdo and back pain, nausea, legs feel weak, ?
Enough: Not one of our answers here to your repeated questions represent health care. It is time, as you have been taught already, to get yourself to the doctor to figure this out and to perhaps save your life. Please. Please sign off the internet and make a phone call to get to the doctor urgently. ...Read more
I have leg weakness/pain and a little back pain with prolonged standing. What can I do to alleviate the symptoms?
Find the reason: You have to find the reason for it before anybody could suggest treatment for you, check it out. ...Read more
Don't Wait Too Long: Either the pain, nerve damage, or both. If your legs are truly weak you should be examined by a doctor. You are only 25 years old. Anything happen? A fall? Motor vehicle accident? Heavy lifting? Anyways, at the very least you'll need pain relief. If this just happened, take some Tylenol (acetaminophen) plus Motrin to start and if the weakness goes away you might wait till Monday, but if not, head for an ER. ...Read more
Not likely.: While pain is certainly a symptom of shingles, which can be present before the rash appears, it is not usual for it to cause weakness. See a neurologist and/or get a second opinion. ...Read more
Could be referred: Low back pain with radiation down one side of the leg could be due to a pinched nerve. If you injured your back, strained muscles of the back and hip can irritate a nerve or cause a herniated disc which pinches the nerve. Fortunately this can be resolved non-operatively in most cases. Moist heat, light stretching and over the counter anti-inflammatory medications may help. Persists? See you doctor. ...Read more
Severe back pain: If this is a new or worsening condition going to the er right away is recommended. There are certain conditions involving the spine if not treated in a timely fashion can lead lead to irreversible neurological deficit. ...Read more
What is it? I have low back pain. The following also describe me: Back pain, Leg numbness, Pain shooting down the leg, and Leg weakness.
When I walk I feel I put much load on my right leg and I feel its more heavy and weak than my left, I also have lower back pain for 2-3 years!?
Be seen: If you are having back pain and unilateral leg weakness, it would be wise to be seen just to make sure it is not something that could potentially worsen. An mri to evaluate your nerve canal and a detailed exam will likely yield the correct diagnosis. There are many possibilities, but u would certainly get it checked into. ...Read more
Pain in lower right side of back. Pain goes into groin and makes me feel weak like my leg can't hold me up. Pain when taking a deep breath in lower back?
I am experiencing low back pain plus soreness in my legs and weakness of my body. What does this mean?
Body ache.: More information is needed to answer this question. But if I understood correctly, it seems that you are experiencing a condition commonly known as body ache. You might get body ache from a viral/bacterial infection or after an extremely physical activity. Sometimes, you can get body ache after taking certain medications. Daily body ache is generally caused by some underlined medical conditions. ...Read more
Subsequent to slipping on ice I have lower back pain, and a feeling best described as weakness in my legs when I walk?
Needs evaluation: Based on the description, you need to be evaluated since you are describing weakness in both legs, need more information and since happened after a fall, may have a disc herniation or displaced fracture, best to check with your doctor. ...Read more
Subsequent to slipping on ice I have lower back pain, and a feeling best described as weakness in my legs when I walk, what to do?
See yor doctor: After fall on ice people can have broken bones and severe back sprain so it is best to get x-ray done. If the pain is not bad you can give it some time say a couple of days to see if it will get better by itself. Rest and heating pad taking it easy may be some over the counter pain pills wil help take care of it. Good luck. ...Read more
I have lower back pain that sometimes feels like my muscles are ripping apart and sharp pain that also caused leg weakness what could this be?
I have lower back pain, weakness in my legs with no pain, and an electric shock like feeling when I look down. I have fallen a few times. Help!
I am having sciatica pain shooting down the leg, Leg numbness, Back pain, and Leg weakness. I need a doctors note for extensive walking limitations.?
Are you making a: Request for medical documentation/ recommendations? If yes, we can not do that on the general health education of HealthTap. ...Read more
Scatia. MRI normal. But get lower back pain which moves to leg thru butt.29yrMale. Feel fine after doing yoga but weakness returns. Shld I stop exercising?
No! Don't stop!: Supervised yoga is great for conditioning your body, keeping your core strong (supports your back) and improving overall muscle tone. Staying mindfully active with low back issues is very important. Consider consultation with a physical therapist to learn exercises that would be beneficial and those to avoid. ...Read more
Herniated discs l4/l5, l5/s1, bilateral sacroillitis x5 years, chronic back pain and worsening leg weakness. Sick of pt, now what?
Sick of PT: Unfortunately, with your issues exercise is an important factor. Swimming is best as it can be low impact while keeping the joints moving. Si joints can be made numb with raiofrequency performed by a qualified pain doc and can last upto a year or more. Herniated discs too can be treated with minimally invasive techniques, esp if they are contained (the outer rim is intact). ...Read more
I have upper and lower back pain that seems to have affect also my legs and arms are weak and feeling tingly. I'm not sure what to do at this point.?
You need a diagnosis: Just as Julie Andrews sang in The Sound of Music---- 'Let's Start at the Very Beginning- ' which in your case means we need to know when you never had these pains to begin with and find out what happened that they started and have persisted. A diagnosis then, gives us options to consider. I'd be happy to help you start the process : www. Healthtap. Com/drsaghafi ...Read more
Severe hip pain and swelling also leads to knee pain and swelling on back of knee! Whole leg really, weak leg, back pain, want to give up docs don't care?
Consider: An orthopedic doctor visit. I hope your questions are answered and you find relief. If what you are doing isn't working, time to try something different. ...Read more
How big does a uterine fibroid have to be to cause severe back pain? Severe back pain with weakness in left leg
When I went to the store I felt light headed and my left leg felt weak can it be related to pinched nerves or lower back pain what can I do?
Yes: It is possible. You should see your primary care doctor immediately. ...Read more
I am experiencing low back pain, severe back pain and neck pain. The following also describe me: Back pain and Leg weakness. What should I do?
You need to see your doctor for a diagnosis and treatment. Please do not self-diagnose or call it old age.
The pain MAY be from pinched nerves or something else. Peace and good health. ...Read more
I am experiencing sciatica. The following also describe me: Muscle cramps or spasms (painful), severe, Pain shooting down the leg, Hunched or stooped posture, Back pain, and Leg weakness. What should I do?
L-spine evaluation: The least severe and easiest to treat would be piriformis syndrome. This is pinching on the nerve by a muscle in you buttock region. Given your presentation and posture that causes the pain to occur this could possibly be a buldging disc in your lower lumbar spine. You should be evaluated by your primary care provider and possibly be referred to a spine specialist if need be. ...Read more
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