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My Left Leg Burns
Neuropathy: Numbness, tingling, burning sensation of the lower extremities can be symptoms and signs of peripheral neuropathy. Sources of peripheral neuropathy could be due to vascular insufficiency, neuroforaminal compressions of nerves due to lumbosacral spine degenerative joint and disc disease, or muscle spasm, such piriformis syndrome causing compressing on the sciatic nerve. ...Read more
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
I get a burning sensation in my left hand/fingers and my left foot is swollen and burning, and my right thigh burns and goes numb?
I have a sharp pain near my right hip, it shoot down my right leg paining my hip and my right toe. ?
Probably the back: This is likely coming from a back sprain . You may have a disc problem though you are young for this problem. Contact sports could allow back injury that becomes symptomatic at a later date. You should rest your back, avoid long periods of sitting or standing. You need a program to strengthen and limber your back and teach you how to protect your back. See your MD. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
See a Doctor ASAP: This can be a serious issue that needs to be addressed immediately by a physician. Reasons for this can include stroke, peripheral vascular problems, nerve impingement, or some other peripheral nerve issue (such as complications of diabetes). Please see a doctor to be evaluated. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Sciatica: Sounds like sciatica. If not debilitating and no bowel/bladder issues, then i rec a low back exercise program. Orthoinfo.Org, click on lower back, find low back pain exercise guide. Take anti-inflammatories (ibuprofen or naproxen) per directions on the bottle unless you have a medical contraindication. ...Read more
Various possible: Causes and some could be serious. Need an in-person exam to get an accurate diagnosis. ...Read more
Hi my left hip pops when i walk it causes pain down my left leg into my lower left side of my back. Laying on my back is a no , lower back hurts?
I was walking when my right leg turned inward. hurts from my lower thigh to my foot. My foot, ankle and lower thigh is swollen and can't put no weight?
See your provider: You appear to have strained or partly torn some muscles and ligaments in your leg. Please consider seeing your health care provider for evaluation. ...Read more
Impossible to answer: That is impossible to answer. Not enough info. ...Read more
Extremely sore burning left groin left testicle left armpit left shoulder stomach and painful burning lumps on left side of my neck please help?
Have it checked out: It sounds like you have a series of "lumps" or lymph nodes that are painful particularly on your left side. You should have it checked out to make sure there isn't an infection going on. Don't forget that the lymph nodes act as a drainage and filtration system to try to stop infection. They will swell and be painful. You also want to be sure the lymph nodes are not swollen because of cancer. ...Read more
Testis pain = see Dr: Testicle pain means a trip to the doctor right away because the testicle's blood supply can be twisted off (called torsion). When that happens, the testicle can die. Other causes of testicle pain include trauma, infection, twisting off an appendix of a testicle (a small lump next to a testicle), etc... Since one usually cannot tell if his testicle is twisted, an exam by the doctor is needed. ...Read more
Tingling in my left leg below knee mostly in ankle and foot. Last nite I lay down on my left side and the lower leg kind of burned?
Get checked: Go to your primary care physician. At 16, it's not typical to have spasms. It may be the sign of an early neurological condition. It will help the doctor for you to keep track of when you have them, what can trigger them and how often it happens. Talk to your parents too; tell them what's going on and find out about your family medical history because it may be related. Go see you doctor! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer