Possibly. It depends where the sensation is coming from on the leg, where it originates from, where it travels to etc. There are many sources of leg pain.
Not always. It could be neuropathy due to many possible different reasons. Have it evaluated and treated appropriately.
Not necessarily . Sciatica is a form of neuropathy -as in disturbance of the function of a nerve or nerves - that involves a specific nerve and/or nerve roots, in this case the sciatic nerve. You can have other forms of neuropathy involving different nerves of the leg which cause leg pain/tingling like you see commonly in diabetics that don't involve the sciatic nerve.
I've been experiencing low back pain that went to groin & it feels like my hip socket is grinding together. What could it be? No pain in leg.
Hip. Most painful conditions in the hip cause pain in the groin area, so I suspect it maybe an issue with the hip itself, which would go along with your complaints of a grinding sensation in the hip as well. The most common things we see are arthritic problems in the hip or an internal derangement of the hip such as a labral tear. An exam, X-ray, and possibly an MRI can likely determine the cause. . Read more...