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Numbness And Tingling In Upper Left Leg
Have severe back spasms with left leg numbness and tingling and pain, what causes this, also left leg sometimes gives out.
Pinched nerve: Your symptoms, in particular the left leg numbness/tingling/pain/weakness, strongly suggest a pinched nerve in your lumbar spine. If your symptoms are progressively worsening, you may even need surgery. See a physician for further evaluation and treatment options. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
On and off sharp pain at left lower back. First week, numbness and tingling at left leg. Now legs are ok. Small lump at left upper hip.
I had a sudden numbness and tingling in my left arm and leg any suggestions on what could be wrong with me?
Left sided numbness: These are symptoms of great concern. There are several possibilites one of which could be a warning of an impending stroke. You should call your doctor asap to report this and get seen for an examination to determine the cause. Do not delay this. If you suddenly worsen call 911. Alert your family that you are having trouble and do not be alone until you get medical help. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Numbness and tingling esp face and left foot snd leg. Noticed more off balance and memory problems.what should I ask my dr for testing?
Numb face leg foot: 49 F with HTN notes: Numbness and tingling esp face and left foot snd leg. Noticed more off balance and memory problems.what should I ask my dr for testing? ANS: I would call in the morning. Write down your detailed timeline of this problem and then call. Could be precursor of stroke. Let us know what was found. ...Read more
I have had numbness and tingling in my left foot with soreness and itching at times the pain comes in my leg also.Could this be because I have sciatic?
I have numbness and tingling in my left thigh and it feels like a rubber band is around my left groin which is worse during menstration. Caused by?
I would guess this is coming from your back.: The nerve supply for these areas comes out of the low back. You can be worse during your menstrual cycle because of the extra fluid and pelvic congestion will add pressure to the nerves. Sometimes the tingling on the thigh is specific to a nerve called the lateral femoral cutaneous nerve. It is fairly common with tight clothes or people employed that lean against the counter or have a heavy toolbelt. If it's really bothering you a lot you should go see your doctor and get checked out for the possibility of a lumbar disc. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have a dull aching pain in my lower back (left side) I have numbness and tingling in my left thigh down to my knee. ?
Unpinch the nerve.: Sounds like you have a disk herniation. As long as the pain is tolerable, and you do not have progressive increasing weakness, or lose the ability to control the bladder or bowels, the vast majority of disk herniations can be treated without surgery. I recommend you get a good exam by a spine specialist, then follow instructions on use of medications, stretchs and activities modifications. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer