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Numbness In Both Thighs
I have blood clots to both legs with burning, prickly pain with numbness to outter aspects of both thighs it is worse at night. Pain in groin as well?
Consider: Likely nerve issue causing involvement of lat femoral cutaneous nerves. Get this evaluated, as can be handled and controlled.
I am an ovarian cancer patient on my 2nd recurrence. I have new pain & numbness in front of both thighs, worse when I sneeze / cough. Can malignant abdominal ascites be compressing lateral femoral cutaneous nerve causing pain? How can the pain be palliate
I have numbness in both upper outer thighs after laparoscopic umbilical hernia surgery. Right thigh can feel the nerve "tingle" walking.6 days post op?
Give it time: Looks like a pressure on those nerves, might be from being on the operating table, so give it couple of weeks. If it continues see your pcp he migh order an mri.
Many possibilities: Numbness can occur from various reasons. Some potential causes include nerve damage, nerve compression, vitamin deficiency, alcohol over consumption, side effects of different medications, or as a result of different systemic medical conditions such as diabetes. Get evaluated by a professional to determine the diagnosis. Treatment is based on the diagnosis.See 1 more doctor answer
Maybe nerve pressed: A person who gets numbness, tingling, or odd sensations in a part of his body only when in certain positions, is likely pressing on the nerve to that part of the body. Pressing on the blood vessels to that part of the body is also possible, but less likely. The person can see his primary care doctor and show him exactly what happens. The doctor may refer to a neurologist for further evaluation.
It varies......: It depends on how much damage was done to your nerves, how much inflamation, etc. ... It may come back slowly in weeks to months and it may not come back.... Close follow up and reevaluation by the doctor who performed the procedure is highly suggested as they are well versed in the issues associated with the procedure.
Spinal issue: The upper thigh is innervated by nerves from the T4 and t5 interspinal nerve space. If the thigh at that spot is getting numb, then you might have to have an analysis of the spinal column. Do not see a chiropractor. See you family doctor for a start or an orthopedic surgeon who can make the proper diagnosis and treatment.
Several things: Upper thigh numbness is often due to something called meralgia paresthetica; this is due to a nerve that gets pinched in the front part of the upper thigh. This is more likely to happen if a person is overweight and has a belly, or wears tight fitting clothes. Weight loss, loose fitting clothes, and sometimes medications are the appropriate treatments.
See below: Numbness implies decrease or loss of sensation to light touch, pins, or vibration, and thigh numbness refers to location of loss. The most common cause may be meralgia paresthetica, involving lateral femoral cutaneous nerve, but a low back nerve compression could also be the culprit.See 1 more doctor answer
Likely transient: The catheter enters a femoral blood vessel in the inguinal region, where there are cutaneous nerves providing sensation. Since the insertion involves a small incision, the local nerves can be temporarily injured, but should recover fully within 4 weeks. Check with your doctor if this does not reverse.See 1 more doctor answer
Yes: There is a nerve that traverses through the inside of your body and provides sensation to your inner thigh that can be compressed during hysterectomy. So this numbness is normal, but it should come back with time. If continues to be numb after 2-3 weeks, talk to your doctor. Not typical for it to be cut in surgery, but that can happen, so keep tabs on it and inform your doctor if doesn't return.See 1 more doctor answer
Pinched nerve: Numbness in upper thigh is usually caused by a pinched nerve near outer groin. The nerve is called lateral cutaneous nerve of thigh. It causes numbness, tingling and burning in the front and outer side of thigh. Condition is referred as meralgia paresthetica. Other possibility can be pinching of nerves in upper part of lower back.
I have been experiencing some partial numbness to my left thigh for the last week, what's going on?
Looking for a cause to occasional mild numbness to left thigh, noticeable especially at night, or when sitting.?
Slept on the floor on my left side now outer thigh on same side is numb how long will numbness last, what to do, is this heard of?
Not long: Should not persist past a few hours. Next time try to put something soft on the floor
Numbness on middle and lateral side of thigh seemingly resembling Meralgia for Three days after injury. Will these symptoms go away on their own?
Depends: There are different kinds of nerve injury. A mild injury in which the nerve is stretched or stunned can resolve on its own in days to weeks. A more severe injury in which the nerve is cut or torn but the nerve sheath is intact can take longer--nerve regrowth of about one inch per month is a rule of thumb. Some injuries don't heal. Its important to address nutrient deficiencies if you have them
Iam pregnant17week and I feel sever numbness and pain in my left thigh over the lateral and anterior area specially with long standing how can l treat?
Check with doctor: There is a common condition called "meralgia paresthetica, " which results from pressure on one of the nerves which serves the thigh. Pressure caused by an enlarging belly can cause this; so can a tool belt! Please verify this with your OB provider, though. Lgromkomd.
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