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Tingling In Legs When Sitting Down
Burning pain in right groin when sitting or lying down. Rest of hip and leg aches some when sitting.Less pain when standing walking. Pregnant. Causes?
Unlikely Hip: Typical hip pain that stems from arthritis is usually not described as "burning". However, nerve pain, (called neuropathy) is commonly described by patients as burning, tingling, electrical. The location of your pain in the groin is similar to where hip joint pain would be felt, but your description of the pain gives me the sense that this is a nerve. Arthritis also has stiffness involved. ...Read more
More support: Probably would benefit from more supportive shoes and inserts. If still persists see podiatrist. ...Read more
Hip pain when sitting or laying down. When laying pain goes down leg and leg hurts then wil go almost numb?
Possibly RLS: It may be restless legs syndrome (rls), if you have an urge to move them which gets better with movement ; worse with rest. Please see a sleep medicine specialist to determine if it is truly RLS ; to adequately treat it. Until then, try to keep hydrated, do gentle leg stretches prior to bedtime, avoid caffeine, and try to regularize your bedtime. Hope that helps! ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Numbness and weakness in my hands while laying down to sleep. Fine when in upright position. Likely cause?
Check with your doc: A neurologist should check it out.Get a more detailed answer ›
Crawling feeling in legs once in lower leg now warm painless burning feeling in both legs up to thighs, stops w/pressure(tight socks), pinched nerve?
Neuropathy: Crawling and warm feelings are not always from a pinched nerve. Pinched nerves are more commonly associated with pain. Neuropathy, which can be injury to a nerve down to the cellular level can be associated with burning and crawling as well as numbness. A nerve conduction study would be a good way to answer this question of nerve compression vs. Primary neuropathy. ...Read more
Pain and numness in both hips and upper legs, from waist down goes num at times while standing or walking.
Pain in left buttock traveling slowly down the backside left leg. Sometimes sharp pain and sometimes numbness while sitting. Better when I'm walking?
Many Possibilities: Depending on how long it's been going on, i would consider an evaluation by a pain/spine specialist. Sometimes it could be a muscle imbalance, early onset arthritis or scoliosis. Also could be a pinched nerve/herniated disc. Either way it might be good to figure it out and get appropriate treatment. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Experience tightness in chest and pain in left shoulder and elbow when lying down. Pain resides when sitting or standing.
Right leg turns in slightly when standing but both feet turn in when sitting or laying down. What causes this?
Pain in my outer left leg that moves around. Seems worse after sitting or standing. Lying down w pillow under leg helps.
Nerve Impingement: Sounds like you may have a nerve impingement. The flexed position of sitting and the weight of your body when standing applies more pressure to the nerve thus worsening your symptoms, and when lying flat with a supportive pillow, the verve gets some relief. You need to see the Dr. for an exam and testing or a possible nerve impingement syndrome. Best wishes. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
See your doc: Could be hemorrhoid or other conditions. Simplest go to see your doctor and you may find the result. Hang on there. ...Read more
Snapping sensation lower back, stabbing pain. Lightheaded. Worse after sitting or lying down. Legs unsteady/weak. Hips/abdomen now hurting.
Back pain: You pulled your back, have someone take you to the emergency room for pain control. ...Read more
Can sciatica cause cramp pain in thigh, butt and leg when standing up or sitting and straighten my back up goes away after few seconds?
Yes: Herniated disks that are cause of sciatica pain typically get worse with sitting, bending at the waist, and definitely worse with bending/twisting and raising a heavy object. Try avoiding these positions/activities initially. Typically most herniated disk pain improves on its own by 3-6 weeks. If still bothering you then i recommend seeing your doctor for further imaging. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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