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Tingling In Lower And Upper Leg
I have a tingling sensation in the lower part of my left leg. It hurts to the touch. Now it's shooting up to my thigh. What is this?
Tingling sensation in my left outer thigh. Had a blood clot in lower half of left leg 7 years ago. Gets worse when I am sitting down or laying down.
Lower back pain with the tingling sensation shooting down my right leg and thigh at the same time what is the most possible cause of it?
Sciatica: Could be a irritated sciatic nerve a herniated discuss or something else. If it persists see your pmd. ...Read more
Pain: lower back, thigh, one leg. Behind knee. Inner thigh.Tingling & numbness in foot. Lost control on my bladder once 2day. No sleep bc of pain. ??
Sounds serious...: When a person loses control of the bladder, but was fine before... that's a problem. When combined with neurological symptoms in the legs or lower back, it becomes an emergency. In such a situation, one should get an immediate evaluation to see if there is something pressing on the spinal cord, which could lead to permanent paralysis. The Emergency Room doctor can ask the Neurologist to help. ...Read more
Cold, wet, tingling sensation on the upper leg. I went to pt for ciatica nerve for 1 month but it did not do much. What should I do next?
Sciatic nerve pain: Return to your doctor for re evaluation and further treatment recommendations. ...Read more
Elastic fibers torn: Like a ballon that is over extended and over-stretched , the skin can be over-stretched causing elastic fibers to tear and the overlying skin can be thinned and more sensitive. ...Read more
Tingling fingers in my left hand pain under big toe left foot. I feel like I'm gonna faint at random moments. Pain on upper leg. Stingy feeling onhead?
Make a doctor appt: Ur symptoms r of concern... U need to see ur pediatrician. ...Read more
I've had DVT in the past (18 months ago, treated, off thinners for about 9 months.) i'm experiencing some swelling in the leg and an intermittent tingling sensation upper thigh -- should I go to er?
Needs Evaluation: The blood clots from DVT are rarely completely dissolved after treatment and recurrences are not uncommon. Damage to the valves in the leg veins may also predispose to leg swelling. At any rate, if your are experiencing leg swelling you should be evaluated. Mild symptoms don't usually require a trip to the er. Call your primary care doc. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I am 1 27 year old asian female. Recently I have been feeling pulling or tingling nerves on my right palm and left leg joint (upper thigh and behind my knee). Pass few nights im having left leg cramps in the middle of the night. Today I woke up feeling di
Tingling: You should see a Neurologist just to be safe. ...Read more
Leg numbness: plus thigh numbness obviates a good neurologic assessment. If its just the thigh tingling that narrows things down to L4 lumbar radiculopathy vs lateral femoral cutaneous nerve compression /entrapment and one would likely see a neurologist to further narrow things down and come up with a management plan. One should first ask "where is the lesion" Brain? (TIA /stroke / migraine, etc) Cord? Nerve? ...Read more
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