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Sciatic Nerve Tenderness
I have a large dent larger than a golf ball on my lower back/upper butt. I believe it is near my sciatic nerve. It's a little tender What could it be?
Did you get a shot: recently at that site? Traumatic lipoatrophy can occur at site of injection. I would have it checked by a dermatologist to make sure nothing else is going on ...Read more
The brain and spinal cord communicates with what is occurring in the internal organs and limbs by nerve fibers where are like electrical wires with insulation (myelin) and the "copper" (axon). Within brain and spinal cord these nerves connect to other nerves via synapses on both axons and dendrites. A nerve can carry information regarding sensations, and ...Read more
I have a sore back i think sciatic nerve pinch. The front of me quad muscle is numb down to the knee are they related?
Meralgia paresthetic: Pain in the anterior & lateral (front & side) of the thigh is more often a pinched lateral cutaneous femoral nerve, rather than sciatic nerve. In any case, physical therapy can likely help both problems, but it's important to see your neurologist to get a diagnosis first. Good luck! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Pain in back, possibly along sciatic nerve, when on period. Most definitely not cramps. Occurring for 1+ years. Only lasts for duration of period.
Hurting sciatic nerve&sacrioliac bone but no pain on legs only in R low back,hip,&groin.What is Femoral Hernia?Could this be it?Please help!
A gap in the wall of: your abdomen where the femoral artery and vein emerge and then enter the leg that is enlarging is a femoral hernia. They are not common but can cause the symptoms you describe. Low back pain can be muscular, spine or hip related or do to pelvic organ problems. A femoral hernia usually has a tender spot in the front of the hip... especially when coughing or bearing down. Sorry I can't help more. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Exercise: It really depends on the cause of your pain. Typically what is considered sciatic nerve pain comes from the back and is often a radiculopathy. Sometimes it can originate from a tight muscle known as the piriformis. Exercises the stabilize the spine, combined with oral steroid and occasionally an epidural may help for back associated leg pain. For piriformis, a therapist can assist with stretches. ...Read more
How long should it take for the sciatic nerve to recuperate after the herniated portion of the disk was removed?
Variable Recovery: The neurologic symptoms of a disc herniation, including that of pain, dysthesia, and weakness, often demonstrate dramatic recovery with a laminectomy with disc excision. There are cases where nerve root recovery is not complete, due to multiple variables associated with this pathology. In such cases, recovery can occur over months or years. Sometimes, the damage may be permanent. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
USUALLY disc disease: The sciatic nerve can 'get pinched' by a bulging disc in the low back. The mechanism of injury for bulging disc is usually some type of lifting injury with 'bent over posture' or twisting. I had a patient 'sneeze so hard' he developed a completely weak leg and had surgery the same day. Usually in men, another cause of sciatic compression is sitting on a wallet causing pain 'down the leg!'. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Rare : Injuries to the sciatic nerve in the leg directly are rare and usually due to penetration injury like knife injuries. Sometimes, post op from hip replacement or hip dislocation and or pelvis fracture, the sciatic nerve can be injured. Disc herniations in the lower back can compress a spinal nerve that becomes part of the sciatic nerve. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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