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I Have A Burning Sensation When I Stand In My Leg
Please see below: It depends. This symptom might be caused either by the peripheral nerve or nerve root irritation. You might benefit from seeing your local neurologist in consultation and have electrodiagnostic studies of the legs performed for the establishment of the nature of your condition. ...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
Claudication: Your symptoms could be indicative or either decreased blood flow to legs or associated with lumbar stenosis, and transient nerve compressions. A few rare muscle diseases may cause such symptoms. Lastly, this could merely be the result of some low level deconditioning, which might respond to exercise and stretching. Might check in with your doctor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
After having my bypass in my leg extended 2 weeks ago I have a burning Sensation in the vain and spredding to the other leg it is very pain full is this normal?
Muscle or nerve: Muscle 'pulls' or strains can be irritated when you stretch or use the muscle. Tight muscles can also pull on the local nerves causing burning with stretch. Other times, nerve irritation can cause burning when the leg is pulled. A physiatrist or doctor of physical medicine and rehabilitation can help determine the cause and recommend treatment. ...Read more
Have a burning sensation up one side of my leg, no rash and no other symptoms. Should i be worried?
I have a burning sensation in my kneecaps down my legs, and when I walk I feel like I need to sit down. What could be the cause?
See below: Your complaint has a very wide differential. From lymes disease to an arthritic illness and on and on. In your case it would be in your best interest to be seen by ms and proper evaluation and work up ...Read more
Burning legs: If this pain is on your lateral thighs, not lateral legs, then probably a condition called meralgia parasthetica. Benign and often positional, can be treated with meds, pt, rarely injections. If your legs and bilateral lateral leg, i would think about your back, or an early nerve compression in the peroneal territory. A good neurologist can sort this out for you with history and exam. ...Read more
I have a burning sensation in my calf of my left leg and its very painful especially when i rest it and i can't bare sheets or duvets touching it?
I have a burning sensation down the front of both legs this has got steadily worse over last few months do i need to see mt GP ?
Yes: You should as this could be a sign of concerning nerve issues. It could be some form of neuropathy where some of the sensory nerves aren't function well - this has many causes including simple nutritional edeficiencies. It also could be related to spinal disease where the bones of your spine are compressing important parts of the nerves. If either is the case you want to know about it. Good luck ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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