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Tingling Sensation In Lower Leg
See a neurologist: Make sure its not a disc in your back or something your wearing causing occlusion or pressure. ...Read more
I am a 54 year old woman who had cellulitis in my lower leg 1 year ago. All healed but I still get a tingling/sensations in the area, is this normal?
Have tingling in one lower leg and foot.Have recently started working again after being out for 7 months and i stand for 12 hours also am on tamoxifen?
I've just had a lower leg dvt but I'm experiencing tingling in my upper thigh. Could you help please?
Dvt: I would repeat a lower leg ultrasound to check the status of the DVT, to make sure it is not growing in size and travelling up the leg. A DVT is dangerous and sometimes an IVC filter is needed to protect against lung embolism. Go to the ER and seek treatment. Blood thinners are also needed. ...Read more
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?
A wk ago I sat for 5 hrs crosslegged, with some pain especially near the end. The bottom of my foot is still tingling and feel lower leg weakness?
Nerve issue: It sounds like your position may have put pressure on part of your sciatic nerve. Give it a few weeks. If it doesn't improve, may want to have it checked by a Chiropractor. ...Read more
How do I increase circulation in my lower legs? From my knee below in my lower leg it feels like i'm lacking some circulation. They get tingling.Could it be a weight issue? I weigh 258 and 5'7 and sit all day at work. It scares me because does this mean
Tingling : Tingling in the legs can be caused by decreased inflow of blood through the arteries, decreased outflow of blood through the veins, or problems with the nervous system. You haven't specified your age, sex, or other information, so it's hard to know how likely each of these causes is. However, you have indicated a weight problem, and being overweight does predispose to diabetes. Diabetes, in turn, can cause a condition called peripheral neuropathy that classically involves the hands and feet. It sounds like you should see a doctor and be evaluated. None of the conditions i've mentioned is likely to cause an immediate problem, but over time could cause you to lose your legs or develop blood clots. By the way: if you do get clots, they will not go to your brain; unless you have unusual anatomy, they will instead wind up in your lungs, which can also be pretty bad. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Usually not: But may be close to a peripheral nerve, and potential of irritation from instrumentation or perhaps scarring. You may have initially injured a nerve, and the tingling is a sign of regeneration. Your surgeon can check this out, but likely not a major threat or issue. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What would cause numbness and tingling in forearms/hands and lower leg/feet bilaterally and face and lips and some random chest pain?
Sounds vascular: You should take these symptoms seriously and see a doctor. Circulation may be an issue and chest pain is a signal to get attention now. There is no reason to ignore it. If it is severe, go to an urgent care clinic or er. Best wishes - it may be nothing serious, but don't risk your life on that. ...Read more
5 days post-op TKA. Numbness and tingling in lower leg , calf, and foot. Weakness in both hands. Slight dizziness when sitting or standing too long.
See your doctor: That is not normal. There can be a variety of causes-both serious and not. There is no way we could diagnose you in this setting. You need to talk to your doctor right away... ...Read more
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