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Nerve Pull In Leg
Leg: See doctor. History, exam is the best way to help your son. ...Read more
The brain and spinal cord communicates with what is occurring in the internal organs and limbs by nerve fibers where are like electrical wires with insulation (myelin) and the "copper" (axon). Within brain and spinal cord these nerves connect to other nerves via synapses on both axons and dendrites. A nerve can carry information regarding sensations, and ...Read more
Sciatic nerve or pulled muscle? It's one leg hurt from my butt to my top calf. Hurt to start moving around, hurt to bend, feel brused been 2 days now.
Call your doctor: With symptoms this complex, you owe it to yourself to call your doctor to help you make sense out of them. ...Read more
I pulled a disk in my back 2 weeks ago. First medicine did nothing. Now on steroids for week. Disk pressing on nerve. Still, tightness in leg but now a?
Can pinched nerve cause tingles when looking up&numbness in rt arm and leg? I do a lot of stairs running .1st started with pulled lower back and spread
Spurling Sign: Yes. Clasically, looking up and toward the side of symptoms will elicit a shooting pain into the arm suggesting a pinched nerve in the neck. Less commonly, if the spur/disc is more central, there may also be symptoms affecting the same leg. Again, this would imply a combination of central and lateral pressure. A large disc herniation would be most likely if < 50 years. Consider a spine md eval. ...Read more
Constant pinch nerve and numbness starting from buttocks to hips and ending in left leg. Nerves feel pulled and tight. Leg moves inward when walking?
Went to er for lower back pain n hip numbness no x-ray but he check leg strength n reflex said pulled musc m pinched nerve now legs tingle is this bad
I had nerves removed from my leg. Will i ever have feeling in my leg and will my nerves ever regenerate?
Sometimes: Nerves have an amazing ability to regenerate but whether they will in a given situation is unpredictable. Many people who have had injuries or procedures lose sensation in a specific area — this is often better than having pain. Most people get used to this. You do have to be careful about injuries in this area, because you do not have sensation to protect you. ...Read more
I had nerves removed from my leg. Will I ever have feeling in my leg again, and will the nerves regenerate?
To an extent: It takes a long time for the nerves to re-sprout. A percentage of the nerve fibers can find there way back to where they belong. Other nerves will take over part of the territory. If you are left with a small area of numbness it is often barely noticeable. The whole process takes months to years. The healing process is complex and may require slow re-growth from the dorsal root ganglia ...Read more
I have black scale on my leg it gets hard sometimes and gets fluid. It does hurt it got really soft and the black scale pulled off.
Scale on the leg: Careful not to get infected. Need to see primary care md. ...Read more
For the past several days, every time I try to sit or to lay down my leg's nerve hurts a lot. Even when I move my upper half. Please advise?
About a year ago I did my splits for the first time the day after that I was doing my splits when I felt like something pulled in my leg it hurt reall?
Do you still hurt?: Did you just have the pain briefly a year ago or are you still having the pain? It sounds like a pulled groin. ...Read more
Inactivity: Having your hips flexed in the seated position for an extended period can cause your psoas muscle to spasm. You can reduce that spasm by stretching the psoas(ie lunges) and the hamstrings. If driving long distances, try stretching for 5-10 minutes every 2-4 hrs. ...Read more
Weeks to Months: Generally most people can get relief from sciatic pain doing the conservative care within 3-6 weeks. If it persists after that, it can take up to 6 months to heal by itself. You may still be a candidate for epidural steroid injections that may help relieve the pain while your body heals itself. ...Read more
Nerves that are : Damaged often cause pain. Based on your question it would be difficult to tell where your leg pain is coming from. If you could be more specific we could narrow it down. Otherwise, evaluation by a doc in person could help sort it out. ...Read more
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It has been 3 days that my leg where the thigh starts well it locks alot and causes me alot of pain do you think that im pinching a nerve?
Can you pinch a nerve by poping your back and neck?? Cause I am having a vibration sensation in my leg but have not had any back or neck injurys
Possible: But not real common without injury at your age more so I'm older adults. ...Read more
I have recently been stung by a small bug and had to pull it from my leg. 2 days have now passed and it has become hard. What should I do? Is it bad?
Bug sting: Follow up with doctor not sure if bug or tick — which needs antibiotics and if it is infected for which you will need antibiotics. as well f/u/ w/ doc ...Read more
I ahave arthtis in my knee, but now, i have numbnessPins and needles in my leg could iit be. a pinced nerve?
Yes: That is the likely cause. Have it evaluated. ...Read more
4-6 Weeks: It take a while for the muscle to heal especially if the muscle had bad damage. ...Read more
Calf pain: Are you on any medications? With muscular injuries it is rest,elevate, if pulse is intact-ice 5-10 minute on 55-50 minutes off 3-4 x/day then after 24 hours alternate ice with warm soaks. Try epsom salt soak for leg, kinesiotape, massage. Discuss with doctor and check it is not vein clot or artery blockage, for which ice may not be best, nor is massaging for a clot, may be bakers cyst as well. ...Read more