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Burning Tingling Lower Right Back
I've had burning tingling sensation on lower left side of my back for 5 days, no noticeable difference in skin, shingles or anxiety?
I have Coin size burning or tingling feeling on the right side of my lower back. Not sure if it's due to yoga practice. How to treat it?
Watch for Changes: Burning and tingling sensations could mean inflammation around a nerve. This could be from strained muscles related to yoga. I suggest you watch for signs of worsening sensation, pain, or the development of a rash. If that happens see your doctor for further evaluation. ...Read more
I have been having this awful stabbing pain in my lower back/hip area. It feels like a hard mass and feels like a burning tingling sensation?
4 months having pins pain tingling dizziness and numbness all over body. Now have vibration in my left ankle and burning sensation in lower back. I noticed it gets worse when i turn my head/back down?
Sciatica : You may have a condition called sciatica which occurs when the nerve going to your leg is pinched as it comes out of the spine to give the pain down the leg and back. Have your primary care doctor check it out to make sure your leg muscles are not getting weaker because of the nerve problem. This doctor can refer you to the appropriate specialist you need to see. Please get this checked out. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I'm having a steroid injection in my lower back tomorrow and l'm scared. Will l be ok .Will this help with my back pain and burning ,
You will be fine: There is nothing in medicine that has no risk. But a lumbar epidural steroid injection that you are getting has extremely low risk. In my patients, this injection works about 80% of time ranging from good to excellent results for back and leg pain. It typically does not help with tingling. It is also only temporary and the benefits lasts from a few days to a few weeks and ocassionaly few months. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Chronic neck and lower back pain. Tingling burning in shoulders and legs. and headaches. What is wrong?
Consult Physician: You have headache,neck and back pain ,burning in shoulders and legs.It is impossible to guess what is causing your symptoms without a more detailed history including past and family history and examination. If indicated the doctor may order some tests like blood test and/or imaging like X-ray /cat scan or MRI ...Read more
Pain in lower back left buttocks. Tingling, pain, buzzing burning feeling in left leg foot.random Pinching feeling in calf. Nerve pain?
Over a week I have experienced lower to middle back pain, burning and tingling in upper arms, back, and shoulders. Not sure what this could be related to. I do sit at my job for 9 hours a day. I feel the tingling mostly in the mornings and evenings but it
See your PMR doc: telediagnosis too,tricky here, but posture with head forward position would be an educated guess, stretching the nerves that come from the neck. See a PMR doc who can do a thorough Eval including diagnostic EMG to rule out entrapments or pressure on the cervical spine ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I've been feeling a tingley sensation in my back. Sometimes it's a cold tingle and sometimes it feels like it's tingling and burning?
Sciatica: Usually when people feel tingling or burning especially in the back there is a concern for nerve impingement or involvement. Therefore it is appropriate to see a sports medicine doctor or PMR physician for a complete examination and consideration of a MRI and nerve test. There are local injections or medications some of which may be topical that can help. Acupuncture and PT may be a consideration ...Read more
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