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What could cause slight pulsing pain top of left leg adjacent to groin. Thank you doctors?

What could cause slight pulsing pain top of left leg adjacent to groin.  Thank you doctors?

Several things: Symptoms like these are best deterimed by a thorough evaluation by your physician. Based on his/her findings, a treatment plan can be developed to help you. ...Read more

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I have severe leg (left leg) pain every time i lie down. I limp on my left side. My back hurts mostly when i sit down. ? Cause of pain and solution?

I have severe leg (left leg) pain every time i lie down. I limp on my left side. My back hurts mostly when i sit down. ? Cause of pain and solution?

Lumbar radiculopathy: Nerve irritation caused by damage to the discs between the vertebrae. Damage to the disc occurs because of degeneration ("wear and tear") of the outer ring of the disc, traumatic injury, or both. The central softer portion of the disc can rupture (herniate) through the outer ring of the disc and abut the spinal cord or its nerves as they exit the bony spinal column. Recommend neurological consult. ...Read more

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What would cause sudden left leg pain come from no where started in thigh now knew and lower leg also hurts?

What would cause sudden left leg pain come from no where started in thigh now knew and lower leg also hurts?

Variable: Musculoskeletal at your age. EXERCIZE? Workout? Fall? Herniated disc? NSAIDS, ice, rest if not better in a day be seen! ...Read more

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I feel light vibration at tip of my penis followed by 12 hour traveling in bus. I m also suffering from slight low back and left leg pain since 4 mont?

I feel light vibration at tip of my penis followed by 12 hour traveling in bus. I m also suffering from slight low back and left leg pain since 4 mont?

Unusual : Nothing you should cause your penis to vibrate except if you're on something or Touching or holding something or sitting on something that's vibrating. For your other concerns consult Dr. face to face for specific diagnosis and treatment see primary care ...Read more

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What causes chronic leg pain from right below the knee stretching up to the hip, only in left leg and in a 15 year old female?

What causes chronic leg pain from right below the knee stretching up to the hip, only in left leg and in a 15 year old female?

Chronic leg pain: There are many reasons for chronic leg pain. A comprehensive examination of the knees and hips with a good neurological examination to check for the strength of upper and lower extremities might help. You also want to make sure that her urine and stools are normal, check for spinal problems ...Read more

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Diagonisd with narrow disc space & doc said tis the reason of left leg pain. Can this be the cause since of pain in leg since childhood. ?

Diagonisd with narrow disc space & doc said tis the reason of left leg pain. Can this be the cause since of pain in leg since childhood. ?

Unlikely the cause: Discs are the cushions between the vertebrae of the spine and with trauma or aging, the gel center of the disc can protrude, causing it to collapse and put pressure on the spinal canal and cord and nerves and sciatica. It is rare to have this in early childhood, but has been seen in young adults who participate in active sports. Spondylolithisis can occur at L5-S1 but usuallly causes back pain ...Read more

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Mri report annular tear with no nerve root impingment. How can this be? Having slight left leg pain and left side low back pain.

Mri report annular tear with no nerve root impingment. How can this be? Having slight left leg pain and left side low back pain.

Pain generator: The true task is to discover the pain generator, and the annular tear is unlikely to be the culprit. You might have pyriformis syndrome, peripheral sciatica, or even a sacra-iliac dysfunction. Find a physiatrist and get this diagnosed, as this will certainly facilitate your rehab. ...Read more

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One prominent superficial vein on left leg, pain radiating up whole leg constantly burning pain. Dvt ruled out. Would sv cause this pain? Crps? Other?

One prominent superficial vein on left leg, pain radiating up whole leg constantly burning pain. Dvt ruled out. Would sv cause this pain? Crps? Other?

Sciatica?: Unlikely to be vascular given symptoms. Seems like you're describing a radicular pain pattern ie sciatica. Could be a pinched nerve in the spine. If recommend you see a physician to be worked up appropriately. ...Read more

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