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Is it normal to feel pain, burning and tingling down front of thigh with meralgia paresthetica? And last for days? Ultrasound ruled out clot last year

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In brief: Yes

Discuss with your doctor, as management solutions are available.

In brief: Yes

Discuss with your doctor, as management solutions are available.
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Dr. Ronald Krauser
Internal Medicine - Rheumatology

In brief: Yes

Numbness or tingling in the anterior thigh are characteristic symptoms.
It can be a short term issue or can be a lengthy problem. See a neurologist if you have not done so already. Ask about a trial of Gabapentin (neurontin) or lyrica (pregabalin).

In brief: Yes

Numbness or tingling in the anterior thigh are characteristic symptoms.
It can be a short term issue or can be a lengthy problem. See a neurologist if you have not done so already. Ask about a trial of Gabapentin (neurontin) or lyrica (pregabalin).
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