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What to do if I have heard this could be related to b-12 deficiency or notalgia paresthetica, but I don't know. any ideas?

What to do if I have heard this could be related to b-12 deficiency or notalgia paresthetica, but I don't know. any ideas?

Confusing question: Have no idea what "this" refers to. But nostalgia refers to shoulder blade pain associated with localized nerve issue, unrelated to B-12 deficiency. If question of B-12, blood tests for methyl-melonic acid, homocysteine, and vitamin B-12 can answer question of presence of a disorder such as pernicious anemia. ...Read more

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Looking for second opinion with: Sharp to dull back pain when breathing or sneezing. Previous doctor has diagnosed notalgia paresthetica but I am unsure of diagnosis.

Looking for second opinion with: Sharp to dull back pain when breathing or sneezing. Previous doctor has diagnosed notalgia paresthetica but I am unsure of diagnosis.

Second opinion: Personalized healthcare advice (diagnosis or treatment) is available on this site through HealthTap Prime or Concierge service. A physician will want to know more about your history, timing of onset of this specific problem, whether you have sick contacts or any recent viral illnesses, medications you use etc. Only then can an opinion be offered. Best wishes! ...Read more

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Is there any cure for notalgia parasthetica?

Is there any cure for notalgia parasthetica?

Itchy backside: The only cure. At the moment is symptomatic care such as anti itch creme, cortisone creams and if they dont work you gan try Gabapentin which is used for pain. ...Read more

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What are some things I should know about meralgia paresthetica?

What are some things I should know about meralgia paresthetica?

Basic Info: Meralgia paresthetica is caused by pressure on the lateral femoral cutaneous nerve & can cause tingling, numbness & pain of the outer thigh. It can be related to wearing too tight clothes, obesity, pregnancy, scarring near the inguinal ligament as well as prolonged standing, walking or bicycling. If you have it – wear looser clothes, take off some weight (if that is the cause) & avoid prolonged >. ...Read more

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What is the definition or description of: meralgia paresthetica?

Nerve Compression: Meralgia paresthetica is a condition characterized by tingling, numbness and burning pain in the outer part of your thigh. The cause of meralgia paresthetica is compression of the nerve that supplies sensation to the skin surface of your thigh. See: http://www.Mayoclinic.Com/health/meralgia-paresthetica/ds00914. ...Read more

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I have meralgia paresthetica which causes burning, any recommendations?

I have meralgia paresthetica which causes burning, any recommendations?

Meralgia paresthetic: It is basically a pinched nerve at the junction of the abdomen and leg (groin). A series of nerve blocks can give the best results along with some specific medications such as gabapentin. Avoiding pressure is better for long term. Avoid tight heavy belts, lose weight if you are overweight. Sometimes it can happen in pregnant women and it resolves after delivery. Good luck ...Read more

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I have mergalia paresthetica. Is it normal to have flair ups for days, and feel pain down front of leg and across top of knee?

I have mergalia paresthetica. Is it normal to have flair ups for days, and feel pain down front of leg and across top of knee?

Meralgia: This condition is usually caused by a pinching of a nerve coming into your upper leg and can occur in people who drive a lot, wear tight jeans, are diabetic and people who are overweight. Your symptoms may fluctuate or be steady. It is not a serious condition and if symptoms are severe, a neurologist could advise you best about diagnosis and treatment options like injections. ...Read more

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Developed meralgia paresthetica. lost 80lbs. have large pannus. does panniculectomy become medically necessary now?

Developed meralgia paresthetica. lost 80lbs. have large pannus. does panniculectomy become medically necessary now?

Maybe not: Depends on how bad the meralgia is. Since that is compression of a superficial sensory nerve and doesn't lead to any motor dysfunction then it might not be considered significant. If, on the other hand, the nerve irritation is causing severe neuropathic type pain then it might be considered significant enough to justify the surgery ...Read more