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Burning feeling on right leg, 3 days increasing in frequency. Sometimes all or part of leg; burn comes and goes. No pain. When should I be concerned?

Burning feeling on right leg, 3 days increasing in frequency. Sometimes all or part of leg; burn comes and goes. No pain. When should I be concerned?

Neuropathy: Hi, You might have Peripheral neuropathy, an inflamed nerve, there are too many reasons for that but in you case it could be due to repetitive physical stress, such as repeating the same movement for long periods of time, other risk factors are Diabetes, Alcohol, Vitamin b12 deficiency, Infection, exposure to toxins, disk problem, Kidney, Liver or Thyroid disease. See your MD if not better soon. ...Read more

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I have swelling on my right leg from insect bite, feels hot to the touch and is itching. Im a diabetic. The area is also red with burning feeling.

I have swelling on my right leg from insect bite, feels hot to the touch and is itching. Im a diabetic. The area is also red with burning feeling.

Antibiotics: I would get to the doctor as soon as you can for antibiotic treatment. The injection can progress and travel leading to more severe complications. A cold compress might help now until you can get to the doctor for evaluation and treatment. ...Read more

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Burning sensation and pain in lower right leg, numbing sensation in foot, pinching sensation in hip ?

Burning sensation and pain in lower right leg, numbing sensation in foot, pinching sensation in hip ?

Pinched nerve?: You could have a pinched nerve in the back. Herniated disk. Do you have back pain? An evaluation by a Dr. could help you determine this. ...Read more

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Burning pain in lower back and right leg. Should I see a chiropractor or someone else?

Burning pain in lower back and right leg. Should I see a chiropractor or someone else?

See pain management: specialist. Nerve impingement can be caused by being sandwiched between two spinal bones, pressed by a bulging. It can cause muscle spasm and back pain, dizziness and nausea. Prevention treatment is always recommended. This condition must be professionally managed. See interventional pain management specialist for definitive diagnosis and management. ...Read more

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I have a weird burning sensation when I bend over and sometimes it happens when I'm walking. The pain is on my lower right leg halfway between my knee?

I have a weird burning sensation when I bend over and sometimes it happens when I'm walking. The pain is on my lower right leg halfway between my knee?

Leg burning: If in the thigh could be meralgia paralytic compression of lateral femoral cutaneous nerve , or could be a form of sciatica or piriformis syndrome ( where sciatic nerve is compressed by buttock muscles ( L4 compression) . Could see if motrin helps if not allergic, would consider MRI if persists , rarely could be ovarian , if ruptured/ large cysts / f/u/ w/ doc ...Read more

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What should I do if my right leg is swollen feels like its asleep and a burning sensation on the lower part I have vericious veins

What should I do if my right leg is swollen feels like its asleep and a burning sensation on the lower part I have vericious veins

See A Vascular MD: You should seek evaluation by a medical professional, preferrably a vein specialist or vascular surgeon. Since you have obvious varicose veins on your lower legs and have swelling as well as burning in the legs, it is likely that you have a medical condition known as venous insufficiency or venous reflux. It is treatable and often curable. A ultrasound of your leg veins will be needed. ...Read more

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My husband is having pain in his lower back and burning in his right hip and down right leg. He is a sanitation driver. Did the job cause the problem

Possible Job Injury: What you have described appears to be the symptoms of sciatica, which may be from a disc herniation. If there was a reported work accident, then the care in most cases would be through his worker compensation coverage. If no accident resulted in this pain, the determination of whether or not it is associated with his job may need to be determined by his treating doctor. ...Read more