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Tingling From Knee To Foot
HAVE IT CHECKED: It is difficult to properly assess what is going on without actually seeing your condition. Itching can be a sign of a problem. If the skin is irritated, it could be a skin infection, like fungus; however, if the itching has more of a "deeper" sensation, you may be dealing with a nerve irritation. Quite unusual in presentation to have knees and one foot symptomatic. ...Read more
Slight tingling, opposite side of knee area. Can extend down to foot. No pain. Tingling is on and off. I exercise very regularly. What could this be?
Foot tingling: You might experience foot tingling if you suffer an injury to the outside of the knee where the common peroneal nerve is located, as this nerve is superficial and pass over the head of the fibula (skinny long bone in the lower leg). This nerve splits in two and ends in the foot. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Nerve compression: Some kind od pressure on superficial nerves could cause that. Could be at wrist like eatly carpet tunnel. That does not affect legs. Need to see a doc if it occurrs daily. ...Read more
I am 28 years old female who just got married 4 mnths ago. Since last 20 days I am experiencing numbness, pain and tingling in feet and around knees?
Nervous Overload: It is hard to know if the foot is connected to the chest symptoms. The lower extremity nervous overload sounds like you have back issues with radiculopathy/sciatica. The chest pain part I will leave to a physiatrist/neurologist to put together. Dr rich blake. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I fell a week ago, my knee pain has increased and now my foot and leg has been tingling and my foot is colder then the other. What to do?
Knee ligament injury: Since your symptoms seem to be worsening with time, you should get it checked out at the earliest by your primary physician for getting imaging study, pref an MRI, to define the anatomy, and referral to orthopedics as indicated. If there is blood in the knee it needs to be scoped and drained and sooner the better. Feel better ...Read more
I have tingling in my left leg below the knee mostly in the ankle and foot. Really just started today?
Tingling in my left leg below knee mostly in ankle and foot. Last nite I lay down on my left side and the lower leg kind of burned?
Started experiencing stabbing knee pain in outer k.cap. Also have tingling in my foot. I did not injury myself. Agar could cause this.
I am experiencing a burning type sensation in my right foot and tingling feeling in the lower leg starting at the knee. What should I do?
Foot sensation: The only way to know what is going on is to see your doctor. Please do so. There are a number of possibilities. Peace and good health. ...Read more
Broke my pinky toe 3 weeks ago, entire foot gets ice cold at random times ever since, sometimes with pain/tingling up to my knee. Is this serious?
Get it checked again:
I suppose you were sen by the doctor who ordered the xrays and provided treatment for it
It is usually treated by immobilization by taping it to next toe and ice locally and padded shoe and pain medication
I suggest you follow up with the treating doctor or see an orthopedic Specialist or a Podiatrist ...Read more
Random tingling in both of shins right under knee could it come from my knees? Tinging in left calf and foot. What could be other than sciatic nerve
Exam time: Please schedule a visit for an in person physical exam. At 21 years of age, numbness and tingling in your extremities could be from a panoply of causes including peripheral neuropathy, diabetes, or orthopaedic causes. You need to discuss your medical and family history, travel and exposures to infection, and possibility of vascular, autoimmune, traumatic, neoplastic, and idiopathic etiologies. ...Read more
Slight tingling 3 days now, backside of leg (behind the knee). Can extend down to foot. No pain. Tingling is on & off. I exercise very regular. Ideas?
Nerve irritation: Parasthesias (numbness, tingling, burning) that you are describing suggest a nerve irritation. A large nerve runs behind (and on the outside) of your knee. (common peroneal).It has both motor and sensory branches. The nerve may have been' irritated' by a direct blow or more commonly by pressure (or swelling) in the popliteal fossa (back of the knee).Bakers' cysts are most commonly involved. GL! ...Read more
Fell on knees 6weeks ago. Right knee had fluid but itwas gone. Hit rt knee again after1month. Little fluid. Now hve tingling/numbness on foot/leg. Problem?
See an orthopedist: It is hard to know without examining you, and without knowing where you are numb, what is causing your problem. It sounds like you first had an internal injury to your knee, and did the right thing by giving it a chance to heal. You can injure the peroneal nerve near the knee. This could result in weakness of your foot, and is something to take seriously - see an orthopedic surgeon. ...Read more