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Pins and needles in calf, spasm, pain in thigh, swollen groin and hip and lower back pain. Had leg sonogram last month and no clot. What could it be?
Possibly venous: You may have venous insufficiency, or venous reflux, of the leg veins or pelvic veins. Ask for an ultrasound of your leg veins to check for it - it is different than looking for a clot - make sure you are sitting or standing during the scan. You would need an mrv to look for dilated pelvic veins. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Lower back pain numbness in right leg and right arm. Pins and needles in right arm down to fingertips. Please help.
Nerve impingement: can be caused by being sandwiched between two spinal bones, pressed by a bulging disc. It can cause muscle spasm and back pain and burning pain. This condition must be professionally managed. See an interventional pain management specialist for definitive diagnosis and management. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Just had my son experiencing back pain headaches lower abdominal pain and pain breathing in ibuprofen not helping right leg pins and needles ?
Back pain: Have him evaluated by a doctor.Get a more detailed answer ›
I got rear ended. I have pain and pins and needles in back and pain to breath. Been X-ray and clear. I had back pain and noticed a lump ?
Can't be complex: There may not be a simple answer to your question. If a person has back pain and abdominal pain they have abdominal pain is usually in the lower location than the back pain. In your case I can't be certain. There maybe medical issues are there may be psychological issues. You need to discuss this with your physician ...Read more
Please help, I have had lower left back pain 5months now. It hurts to sneeze and work. I am a chef working 14hrs shifts. Also pins and needles in arm?
Have it evaluated: Then you need to have the issue evaluated by a physician. ...Read more
I've suffered back pain for several years, now i get regular pins and needles in my arms, hands and back, could it be linked?
Extreme lower back pain. Woke up not being able to feel my legs. Feeling of pins and needles. My legs are numb and the back pain is horrible! ?
Need to see doc: This could possibly represent a very serious problem. Need to see doc ASAP. ...Read more
What can be the cause of pins and needles in both arms, weakness when standing and low back pain.?
Arm symptoms - nerve: The pins and needles are most likely due to a pinched or inflamed nerve from the cervical spine which radiates down the arms it's important to differentiate whether the etiology is cervical or peripheral such as the carpal tunnel region. The weakness and back pain are possibly muscular issues which need to be evaluated and addressed. ...Read more
Sore back, pain in both legs. Pins and needles and general grumpy legs. Is it because i'm aging? What can I do for relief?
Chest, arm, hand, back pain for 3 months with twitching all over, palpitations, pins and needles in hands and feet, headaches, anxiety about ALS & MS?
NEEDS TO BE SEEN: YOUR SYMPTOMS NEEDS TO BE EVALUATED BY A NEUROLOGIST FOR DIAGNOSIS ..GOING ON TOO LONG. ...Read more
I' m experiencing muscle spasms in my abdomen and back, also in my legs and arms sometimes. Moreover, i feel pins and needles in the abdominal area. Also having pretty bad back pain. I am aware of having some gall bladder problems and inflamed ovaries. (
I've been feeling pins and needles feelings most commonly on my back, neck, upper arms, backside, thighs, and my sides. What could be causing this?
Any ideas? Patient had a disk prolapse in sl5 , now and again central pain in the lower back area spreading to thighs; pins and needles in arms n legs
I have had this acute pain radiating from my back down my thigh chronic pain in my knee and pins and needles in my foot, my dr gave me gabapentin tramadol and diasapan but I have had this for three weeks now and the medication does not seem to work the pa
Consider MRI : It sound like you are experiencing sciatica, which is an irritation of a nerve in the back causing pain running down the leg. If it has been worsening over three weeks with what sounds like appropriate medications, an MRI will usually help to determine the root cause and tell you your treatment options. ...Read more
I have shingles on the lower rightof my back. The pain is pins and needles. Is it normal to vary in intensity from no pain to numbness down my leg?
Symptoms can vary: Several key issues, as an attack of shingles may respond very well to medications. Yes, intensity can vary and referred symptoms at the same rootlet level are not uncommon. But if pain or electrical sensations are not sufficiently quelled, you may require modification of your current treatment regimen. This could evolve to chronicity. Keep your doctor updated on your condition. ...Read more
I have pins and needles in both feet and lower leg. It is always worse after I have done strenuous work. I get a twinge at the top of my spine too.
Tell your doctor: I assume that this is relatively new? In a 31 year old female who I'll assume is otherwise healthy, this may warrant a full neurologic examination, and you may need an MRI. If you are having any bowel or bladder symptoms, please see a doctor ASAP. Feel free to request a virtual consult, or go see your local doctor. Good luck! ...Read more
I have a numb lower left back and top off my left leg and a little pins and needles in my left arm. I'm worried any ideas?
I'm puzzled that...: ...You're worried but you haven't seen a doctor about it. There could be 1 cause or 2 separate causes. A single cause could be in your neck or brain. It could be minor things or it could be serious. If you're worried, is there a reason why you haven't seen a doctor about it? ...Read more
Sharp pins and needles pain back of knee and continues down leg. Pins and needles in wrist and hand as well. Happens occassionally, mostly lying down.
Pins and needles: It's unclear if this is occurring with pressure in the back of the knees or the hands and wrist. Pressure over those areas can cause those symptoms. If there is no pressure over those area, then the question is do these symptoms persist or quickly dissipate. If the symptoms persist or continue on a regular basis, then they should be evaluated. ...Read more
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