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Tingling In Legs After Walking
Can a herniated disc cause bilateral leg pain(burning, tingling) mostly front of legs after exertion(walking fast, uphill, climbing stairs, etc.)?
Absolutely: Yes, although there are other potential causes as well. A detailed exam and review of your studies will likely yield the correct diagnosis and treatment options. ...Read more
Your doctor may also suggest a safe exercise plan. Walking is usually the easiest type of exercise, but swimming or other low-impact exercises can work just as well. Exercise is an important way to keep blood sugar in control, and physical activity in pregnancy has been found to decrease the risk ...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
Today walking my legs got cold and sent a tingling sensation up my legs also feet been cold at night?
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What can cause leg and buttock pain that gets better with walking? i cant sit for too long without either hurting or tingling. usually one leg
Sciatica: Although there are some other possibilities like muscle spasm and pyriformis syndrome, the most likely cause is lumbar disc disease with nerve impingement. To be sure see a spine specialist or PMR doctor who can order neuroimaging and a test like an EMG. Then the next steps after making sure there is no vascular, immune or rheumatologic process would be to initiate PT & possibly meds or injection ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I am experiencing tingling between my shoulder blades when I get up and start walking my arms also feel very heavy and so does my legs please help?
I am tingling sensation in my feet and legs. I have been walking around the mall all day in flat shoes and I am usually very inactive culls this be y?
Maybe: Someone your age, even with the described activity should not be getting numbness and tingling in legs and feet. If a one time occurrence, do nothing. If it continues, see your PCP or orthopedist for evaluation. You possibly could have tarsal tunnel, a lumbar spine issue, or some other neuropathic process going on. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I went for a long walk and had painful tingling after. Now there are a ton of blood spots all over my legs and top of my feet. HELP!
My toes is tingling and generating electricity in to my left foot and up to my leg shocking me non stop. 37 y/o f. Not at all physical but been walking lately. No back problems. Desperate to sleep.
See neurologist: Tingling and electric sensations that radiate in an extremity (arm/leg) often are signs of a nerve problem. A disc pressing on a nerve is the usual cause but there are other problems that can cause these symptoms as well. Seeing a neurologist is a good place to start. If you are experiencing night pain, fevers, trouble with your gait, bowel movements or urination see doctor as soon as possible! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I recently had some lower back pain. Today i was on my feed walking all morning. Now both legs have a tingling pain that hurts to walk.Do i see a dr?
Good idea to see Dr: Pain in the lumbar spine (lower back) associated with bilateral (both) lower extremity paresthesia ("tingling") are commonly related. At the same time, the tingling could be from an unrelated process. See your doctor for a physical and mention what you've been experiencing. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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