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Numbness In Thigh Muscle
I have a on and off itchy prickly feeling in both legs no numbness or anything I have thigh muscle that maybe pulled but don't think that's it what is?
Leg sensations: Could be a disc problem in your lower spine. You may need an MRI and EMG to see what the cause is.
It is a body tissue that has the ability to contract. It shortens and generates force. It relaxes and returns to its original length. Muscles move joints, stabilize the body, move air and food through the organs, act as valves for bladder, bowel and other organs. They control movement of the eyes. They help us express ourselves by changing the shape of our ...Read more
Radiculopathy: Your symptoms may reflect a lumbar radiculopathy (nerve symptoms due to a pinched nerve in your lumbar spine). In most cases conservative treatment works - physical therapy, medications, spinal injections - but in some cases it does take surgery for resolution. See your doctor for further evaluation to nail down the diagnosis and treatment options.
Almost 2 years ago I tore the muscle in my left thigh. Last night I'm pretty sure I re-tore it. I have pain from my hip down and complete numbness?
I have localize numbness in one of my thighs. Size of a base ball. It goes down to my muscle but I have no pain. No muscle weakness. What could it be?
Upper outer thigh: numbness on skin, sharp stabbing pain on muscle. When touched lightly I feel nothing. When scratched or pressed on sharp pain.?
Meralgia paresthetic: You likely have entrapment of the lateral femoral cutaneous nerve at the hip, which causes a peculiar painful numbness. Often can be relieved by avoiding tight clothing or belts, and maybe helped with weight loss if one is overweight. Can be an early sign of diabetic neuropathy, but most cases self-limited and benign, .
I have nerve damage in my neck, numbness and burning in my right thigh and poor coordination and muscle strength?
Several issues?: First, the problem in right thigh sounds c/w meralgia paresthetica, an issue with the lat femoral cutaneous nerve. The muscle issues could be secondary to nerve compression in neck, but beware of spinal cord compression as another explanation. Get a thorough neurological or neurosurgical evaluation.
I have constant hip pain and muscle spasms in my thigh and calf with numbness in the outer half of my foot. What other tests besides MRI should happen?
Nerve damage: What your experiencing is nerve damage. It will or may be permanent if the cause is not corrected. Nerve conduction velocity is needed to help determine this. I would get the MRI asap. Then have your physician refer you to a neurosurgeon and neurologist to get further evaluation. A normal MRI and abnormal nerve study may indicate a more severe condition in terms of a demyelinating process.See 2 more doctor answers
I'm having a metal plate in my thigh joined to my muscle because I have no feeling in it since my last op will this help me lift my leg up naturally?
Need to see your doc: You better call and arrange to see your orthopedic surgeon.
My quad muscle (upper thigh?) has a 2cm by 4cm dint in it. Like its collapsed? No injurys previously. Numb to touch. Nerves dropped?
Are you sure it is: In the muscle? Or maybe more superficial, in the subcutaneous tissue? Doesn't sound serious, unless there is weakness in the leg. If it is loss of sensation, its is nerve to the skin of the area that is affected. A small area is of little significance, unless you have other symptoms.
My thigh muscle and skin feels numb on my right side. There's no mark or bump and it doesn't hurt, it just feels numb when I touch it or rub it. Why?
Neuropathy: Burning sensation in the legs could be due to peripheral neuropathy or deficiencies of potassium, calcium or magnesium or vitamin b12, These don't usually cause burning in the abdominal region, however. If symptoms persist, see your Physician who will examine you and order the appropriate tests.
12yr old with mildly enlarged calf muscle for 2yrs, now getting larger. No new injury. Numbness&swelling when leg bent for long. No redness or pain.?
What's conditions cause numb burning pain on left side? I've had numbness and burning pain 24-7 on left side for 3 years been to many drs. Still have yet found out a cause. I juss live with burning pain n sensitive to hot and cold. Muscles in left leg gett
Neuropathic pain: Your symptoms suggest that you may have had some pathology in the right brain and subsequently developed the burning pain on left side. Regardless of whether a brain lesion was or is found the symptoms still suggest neuropathic pain. See a pain management specialist and who is also a neurologist.See 1 more doctor answer
Numbness, tingling from left leg and down. Knee feels weak hyperextended last year. Jammed my hip last year. Still have full muscle control, lost feeln?
Neuropathy: You could have a piriformis syndrome, or a partial sciatic nerve mononeuropathy, where the sciatic nerve is not properly carrying the sensation signaling of the leg. I suggest that you check with your physician for proper diagnosis and treatment as many conditions can present with similar symptoms. Hope you feel well soon.
After 10 minutes on a threadmill I start feeling pain in the left hip joint (also muscle numbness) and have trouble lifting the left leg. Why is that?
In panic hip and thigh kinda tingking n numb dr said pulled muscle in lower back afraid this will cause me ho paralyzed or won't go away is it serious
Go to ER: The fact that u r panic stricken would suggest that u shd visit an emergency room so that u can be thoroughly examined and get some tests, if necessary. Without examination it would be impossible to advise. Once a serious illness is ruled out u shd see ur doctor to overcome ur anxiety disorder with medications and psychotherapy if required.
How to treat aching muscles on my thigh. Muscles along my right thigh have been bit numb and aching since I have given birth vaginally to my son, abou?
Meralgia paresthetic: A correct answer would require a lot more history about you and how long you have been suffering this problem. The area you describe might or might not be "meralgia paresthetica", caused by pinching the nerve that flows under the groin tendon. It is compressed during pregancy (and in men with big bellies). Treatment is first decreasing the size of the belly--which you have done! Congratulations!