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Tingling In Legs
Seek help in person: While this could be related to something like restless legs - tingling is a much less common description of symtpoms. This could also represent some sort of physical compromise of the sensory nerves of the legs but also could be some other process compromising the nerves and that's important to find out sooner rather later. Best of luck. ...Read more
How can I treat sciatica naturally, especially at the stage of increasing numbness and tingling of leg?
Core Exercises: Typically core strengthening exercises are the best to help relieve pressure and forces in the spine. I would try and google some or look them up on youtube to see descriptions. If you can do them yourself, wonderful otherwise ask your doctor to get a referral to a good physical therapist for further assistance. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
What's your question: We need more info regarding your post. Low back pain from high velocity or energy injury & trauma is more worrisome. Numbness, tingling & weakness of a leg is worrisome. So is incontinence & inability to walk normally. Most low back pain from low energy injury will resolve in 6wks. Check out http://www.Choosingwisely.Org/doctor-patient-lists/american-academy-of-family-physicians/ re xrays/imaging. ...Read more
Multiple reasons: initially would consider some musculoskeletal issue. Good chiropractor may help ...Read more
6.8 mile bike ride yesterday. 1st time in years. Today, I have this pain, only in my left thigh. It's not the "I over did it" pain. + tingling in leg?
Various causes: Tingling of legs can be caused by neuropathy, deficiencies of calcium, magnesium, vitamin B12 or multiple sclerosis. Lightheadedness can be due to low or high blood pressure, abnormal heart rhythm,anemia. Vertigo is seen in inner ear or cerebellar disorders. See MD for testing if symptoms persist. ...Read more
Could be: And if anyone hasn't told you, walking on the back sounds like a great idea but it's too much weight and force on the spine from above. I'd recommend against it. As far as the tingling, it could be from a nerve being pinched. Hopefully the aggressive massage didn't cause a disk problem. See your family md for eval. ...Read more
Irritated nerve: Often sciatic nerve pinching or paroneal nerve pinching causes this. Neuological examination and EMG may be needed. ...Read more
Have been takin neurobionForte(1000mcg)injections every 3 months.This time I took Eldervit(2500).After a week I have tingling in legs&small part has less sense when touched.I had sciatica a yr back.So not sure if sciatica is back or its b12 overdose?
Tingling in legs and tailbone? I had an fall injury 2 years ago and workman's comp. Left me on meds and I am undergoing drs system treatments
Can piriformis muscle syndrome cause sciatica type symptoms (pain and tingling in legs). Can you suggest anything that may help relieve it?
Suggestions: Yes, if sciatic is caught by buttock muscles, pain can simulate a pinched nerve from the back, BUT you describe issues in "legs", and the bilaterality causes some concern regarding lumbar stenosis vrs peripheral neuropathy. First, get diagnosis confirmed, then if appropriate, try physical therapy or osteopathy. ...Read more
ElevALT-70. M-33-don't drink-don't smoke-never drugs, married & monogamous.Went to dr for numbness/tingling in legs.Ca-10.4 vitd25-0H -27. Means what?
Mostly normal: The labs generally are within normal limits, although the ALT is slightly elevated of little concern. I do find the Vitamin D on the low side, as prefer levels of 50-70 ng/ml. None of this reveals cause of leg symptoms. Several potential causes. A neurologist could help sort out. ...Read more