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Burning Sensation In My Left Hip Symptoms
Hip arthritis or: sciatica, low back lumbar disc problem, but if pain located over hip probably hip but if radiates form low back to outer thigh could be pressure on sciatic nerve, if persist for weeks need to get xray and mri of hip and lumbar, if worse or loose bowel and bladder control , emergency called quada iquana syndrome[severe pressure on nerve] ...Read more
A burning sensation can be descriptive of nerve pain, some variations of migraine, and even central brain problems after a stroke. Have heard this said associated with phantom limb syndrome, reflex sympatheric dystrophy, and trigeminal neuralgia. Other patients might say ...Read more
I've been having burning sensation plus pain and rashes on my left hip through inner thigh..What can it be?
Inner thigh burning sensation. Seems to be traveling around the left hip a bit (sometimes lateral, other times adductor or groin). Any thoughts?
For how long?: Need more info: When did it start? What were you doing? Did it happen suddenly or slowly? Has it happened before? Do you have any underlying medical problems? Consider possibly seeing urgent/emergency care for an in-person examination. ...Read more
I have a burning sensation for 1week in my lower left back that comes and goes,migrates to the hips and groin,no blisters or rashes,what could it be?
I have like toothache pain in my left leg especially my foot knee and hip it has a burning sensation in foot and slight swelling around ankle ?
Neuritis /tendinitis: It is important to perform a complete lower extremity history and physical examination. There could be several different diagnosis for this condition. Each lower extremity system (integument, vascular, neurological and musculoskeletal) should be thoroughly evaluated. Once.A proper diagnosis can be established, then a treatment plan can be implanted. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I have pains in my pelvis close to my genital area on the left side. The pains are either, a burning sensation, numbness, or just a sharp, deep pain.
Get to a Urologist: Those problems could represent impingement of a nerve or richly-innervated structure in the groin. A urologist would be a good start to rule out bad things. While you're waiting for the appointment, you could read online how to do a male self-examination to exclude any anatomical abnormalities. Good luck, and feel better soon! ...Read more