Doctor insights on:
Pelvic Numbness Symptoms
What could be the cause of a pain w/numbness in the left pelvic (back to front pubic) area w/ stabbing pain where torso meets thigh?
Back lesion as cause: With a pinched nerve supplying that area of the body, due to arthritis, slip disk, injury or space occupying lesions in the spine. Another common problem is meralgia paraesthetica, where a nerve to the front & side of the thigh gets trapped under a tight ligament against the iliac bone(pelvis). The symptoms you mentioned are most likely due to it. See your orthopod for proper DX and treatment. ...Read more
Is pelvic traction a good option for releaving siatica pain and numbness, caused by a degenrative bulging disc (seen on MRI)?
What can a pelvic MRI see that a lumbar MRI cannot? Bad lumbar pain and tingling/numbness and doc ordered both
My lower back and pelvic area are in constant pain, numbness, shooting pain down the inside of the leg. I have hemangioma L2 1.9cm?
Hi I'm experiencing vibrations in my pelvic are. I have a vertebral hemangioma in my T8. I am also having severe back pain. Toe numbness as well.
Pain in pelvic area to my hip to my toes and numbness and itchy pain in arch of foot also tingles and fall asleep.Could this be Neuropathy or Sciatica?
My boyfriend has twice experienced a numbness in his thighs to his calves, then severe back and gut pain and pain in pelvis area lasts about five minutes and then he is fine. He was sitting in a chair and this came on. In october, we had been on a car ri
This : This should be evaluated as soon as possible. The fact that he has problems on both lower extremities at the same time is highly suggestive of spinal cord involvement. Pelvic or perineal pain is suggestive of a cauda equina syndrome. That is problems around the L1 level of the spine. Collapsing while walking is a red flag in my book. The fact that he is 60 brings with is the possibility of a carcinoma with metastasis to the spine. See a doctor as soon as possible and get an MRI of the spine urgently. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What is the likelihood of recurring discitis? I'm having increased numbness in my back, pelvis and feet.
Likely: Recurrence is common. Depending on how affective treatment is will determine your options. Also the time frame for recurrence will dictate what to do. It will also depends on cause (injury vs infection). ...Read more
I fractured my pelvis when I was 16 which left numbness, tngling, and hypersensitivity resulting in pain from light touch. What is causing this?
Nerve injury: The symptoms you describe are called allodynia which means that normally non painful stimuli become painful. It is always from nerve disease or injury. Since the onset of symptoms is soon after fracture you have injured a nerve which is not likely to heal. Medications can control your symptoms. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
- Talk to a doctor live online for free
- Right side abdominal numbness symptoms
- Lower left leg numbness and tingling symptoms
- Right upper abdomen numbness symptoms
- Ask a doctor a question free online
- Gums numbness symptoms
- My big toe numbness and tingling symptoms
- Left breast numbness symptoms
- Knuckles numbness and tingling symptoms
- Pelvic numbness and tingling symptoms