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Numbness, Tingling And Burning In The Thigh
Outer thigh pain, numbness, tingling, burning. Tender to touch. Pull in muscle at beginning of year, deep laceration up the thigh when younger.
Nerve pain: This sounds like nerve pain. However because there is tenderness to touch there could be some inflammation or infection going on as well. I would recommend you visit your doctor for a proper examination and possibly X Rays or ultrasound of the Lowry back, hips and thighSee 1 more doctor answer
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 ...Read more
Upper thigh numbness x3 months. Coupled with lower back pain. Numbness getting worse. Was tingling now its more like feeling of having no thighs. Help?
I'm a ICU RN X 35yrs. Intermittent low back pain, L lateral thigh numbness, occas. Shooting sharp pain right outer calf and burning pain R instep.?
Sciatica: Consultation with Orthopedic specialist is worth while.
Lump in outer left thigh little larger than a pea. Painful to rub. Occasionally get numbness, burning, and tingling in that part of thigh laying down?
The outer part of my right thigh is always numb for the last month. Tingling, itching, burning and sharp pricks and pains as well. Can I fix this?
Sounds like a nerve: Problem. Get an eval so they can figure out what it is and come up with a treatment plan. It could be coming from your back
My leg has a numb tingling burning sensation in my upper thigh on my left leg for a couple months and I don't know what it is.
Uncertain: For accurate diagnosis a history and visualization (at minimum) would be required.See 1 more doctor answer
Lumbar MRI normal but still have pain tingling and burning like constant sunburn in legs and back. Numbness in right leg at times. Any thoughts?
See your surgeon: You have already had back surgery!? Already on lots of meds! How long since surgery? Back surgery is done to relieve these symptoms, but may yield disappointing results. It may take months to recover. Sometimes surgery makes back problems worse. Mri is of limited use. You need to spend some serious time with your surgeon.See 1 more doctor answer
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
See your doctor: These symptoms can only be adequately diagnosed only after a thorough evaluation by your doctor. This may include labs and other satudies. Once all of the information is in, your doctor can let you know what's going on, and what to do to help you.
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I have had left lateral upper thigh numbness x 3 wks. Now deep aching inside. Numbness is slowly traveling down leg.? Emg help diagnose
Yes: You are describing nerve pain. An EMG consists of testing the health and speed of your nerve function, followed by electrode insertion to the muscle for a specialist to access the nerve and muscle connections. This will answer the question of what nerve is causing your pain. Treatment and symptom control begin with a real diagnosis. Good luck.
All of a sudden left side chest pain worser when walking around but I can feel it when sitting but not as bad and then along with left thigh numbness?
Left sided chest pai: You did not give your age left sided chest pain which is worse on walking suggests that you may have angina pectoris, which is caused by partial blockage of coronaro arteries due to elevated cholesterol over the years called atherosclerosis, when you do any kind of exertion heart needs more oxygen and due to the blockage you get chest pain. It is a serious symptom and you need to see a cardiologist.See 1 more doctor answer
Pain left outer thigh. Numbness, sharp stabbing pain causing leg to give way. Worse when standing. Certain positions feel like electric shock in thigh.?
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Having unilateral clitoral, majora, minora, buttock, thigh numbness. Recently had Radiculopathy dx c nerve block, and now these symptoms. HELP?
They sound neurologi: Since on one side it does suggest neurologic. It depends why you had the nerve block as to whether there may be a relationship to that cause or from the nerve block. You need to discuss with your physician.
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, .
Upper thigh numbness. Mri show problems l2-s1. 2 epidural no luck. But emg showed normal im confused now. What could be going on? Numb for 6 months
? MERALGIA?: Doubt MRI findings are cause, and epidural is not indicated unless radiculopathy. Was EMG complete? Did it examine both femoral nerve and lateral femoral cutaneous nerve of thigh? If not, does not rule out meralgia paresthetica, which may be your answer. Have conference with your doctor.
Having these symptoms, pain in left arm, side and upper thigh, numbness in left ankle, heart palpitations (have had tests all OK) but no one knows why?
No diagnosis?: Try sleeping on your right side. Seriously. I've seen worse generalized neurological symptoms resolved with changes in sleep position.
Low back pain with right thigh numbness and right arm/hand/wrist pain/numbness. Sneezing causes extreme aching pain in both arms. Thoughts on causes?
Spine specialist W/U: It coulb be from disc disease in your neck or high in the back creating some nerve root irritation from the sudden negative intrathoracic pressure created by the sneeze. When not sneezing the disc may look normal, which makes it very difficult to diagnose. The same phenomenon can result from a build up of bone (osteophytes) near the central canal or the foramen where the nerves travel.See 1 more doctor answer
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