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My Left Leg Burns
I have been woke up with a pain followed by tingling & numbness in my left leg at the outer thigh. Feels less tingly and burns to touch over time 1hr.
Pinched nerve: Whether from back ( from pressure on nerve from a herniated disc for example) or from spastic muscle in buttock putting pressure on the nerve, should help to take an anti-inflammatory medicine like Ibuprofen if you don't have kidney problems or allergic. Look piriformis muscle stretches and strengthen abdomen and back muscles as part of a back program with physical therapy good place to start. ...Read more
Wierd pain in thigh area of left leg.What are possible issues. In upper left leg in just the front of leg.It is a twisting feeling simular to a carliehorse only worse.It burns, bruises
As : As with most pain conditions, there can be a variety of potential problems that can cause the pain that you are describing. It is difficult to diagnose with the short description given and without a proper physical examination. Pain is often a sign of inflammation. Inflammation often occurs when something is irritated. Irritation occurs from a variety of different things. If the pain does not improve, you should see someone who is qualified to make an appropriate diagnosis. This may be nerve related, spine related, or something else. As always, i would highly suggest you do your research when seeking medical help. Find a physician who meets, or even better, exceeds the basic qualifications to practice in their specific field or sub-specialty. ...Read more
I have pain in left leg, above my knee about 4 inches. It feels like maybe a tendon or ligament because if I lean a cretin direction it feels like it's popping like a guitar string and causes severe pain. After I work out it burns and hurts for the rest o
Leg pain: It is time for your doctor to refer you to an orthopedic surgeon and/or a neurologist. ...Read more
My entire left leg is swollen, while my right leg isn't. When i run, my left ankle/shin burns, but not like shin splints. What could be wrong?
Several posibilities: This could be infection with redness, heat, pain, and swelling. This could be a blood clot with one-sided leg pain and swelling. It is not normal for an otherwise healthy young person to have either of these conditions, but both should be addressed soon. Have them checked out by your fp, because many things may cause burning swelling discomfort! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My son has 2nd degree burn and has wound on his left leg, he got burn last Tuesday. Can he swim in the sea on Sunday?
Probably yes: If there is a blister that has not popped, or if it has popped and the skin beneath is dried. If not, the salt will hurt and he will let you know! But as long as the sea water is fresh and he does not complain, it is probably fine. Salt water is often used to clean burns, but it does not have quite as much salt. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Who knows?: Pain in your legs muscles can not tell us about how much calories you burned. ...Read more
I, m 50 years old. , ve always liked to walk very long distanses. Now when i walk, my left leg starts to burn and gets nomb up to the bone at the bottom of my back. Should i be worried?
I have had red round burn looking sores on my left leg , they went away and caused scars.Ms & mvp --they are back an my neuro asked me how i got a burn?
Probably not related: Ms primarily effects the central nervous system and most commonly results in motor dysfunction whereas peripheral sensory neuropathy is more commonly associated with other co editions or disease such as diabetes. Numbness could result in unrecognized injury.If this is a recurring lesion, i would suggest a possible biopsy to exclude other possible problems. ...Read more
I had a vaginal hysterectomy a month ago.I removed my womb but not ovaries. Now my left leg goes numb, burn, tingly feeling. Is that normal?
Yes, but: Sometimes nerves are stretched or pinched in the course of surgery. Since we can't see those nerves , we can only try to avoid any pressure that woul lead to your symptoms. If the numbness doesn't go away in another month, contact your surgeon for a careful neurologic exam. Tingling can sometimes be a normal feeling as nerves heal (like when you cross your legs, and the lower leg goes numb). ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer