Can a person diagnosed with mild crps also have neuropathy pain in the lower extremity (left leg below knee)?

See Pain Specialist. You may be developing a pain syndrome called complex regional pain syndrome. This should be checked out asap so that treatments can be offered to reduce or eliminate this pain. The longer it goes on makes it harder to treat. Also, the pain could be coming from your spine and may need to be evaluated further. I would see a comprehensive pain specialist that can manage everything you need.

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Emg came back normal, results stated no neuropathy (left leg below knee). Does that leave me with a mild case of crps? See pictures in health file.

Maybe. I certainly would not hang my hat on EMG results - they can be affected by many factors. Neuropathy can take awhile to show pos. On emg. There certainly is a chance it is crps. Hope this helps. Read more...

With neuropathy (left leg below knee) does a person also experience pain? Pain can be moderate at times.

Neuropathy. Neuropathy is a term used somewhat loosely to describe symptoms of tingling, numbness or burning. There certainly can be some pain associated with some neuropathies, particularly those that arise from compression or inflammation of the nerve, like in a so called neuritis. Evaluation would typically involve formal neurological examination and what is called an EMG and nerve conduction study. Read more...
Yes. Neuropathy can be subjective with intact sensation. Sometimes burning occurs not just numbness. Read more...

Emg came back normal. Does that mean I have no neuropathy? Can an emg detect neuropathy? (left leg below knee).

See details. A normal EMG makes a neuropathy unlikely. If pain is the only issue, that also makes a neuropathy less likely. Read more...
Sometimes. If you have large fiber (bigger nerves) neuropathy, then yes. However, if you have small fiber disease, then it most likely will not show on emg. Also, if the neuropathy is new (within the last 30 days) or did not damage enough fibers, it can also be negative. If you have had foot surgery and they are looking for an entrapment syndrome in the foot, EMG is only about 50% sensitive. Read more...

I'm not diebetic, can I still have neuropathy (left leg below knee)?

Local neuropathy. A neuropathy that affects only one leg sugests an injury to a nerve that supplies your left leg. It could be related to your prior surgery. If there are motor problems with your left leg (for example, a foot drop on that side) you should consult a neurologist to help find the cause and arrange for treatment. Read more...
Certainly. Neuropathy can come from a variety of conditions besides diabetes. It would be worthwhile to get evaluated by either a neurologist or just start the evaluation with your personal physician. Read more...

Can neuropathy affect just one limb (e.G-left leg just below knee)?

No Neuropathy. It is very unlikely that your condition is neuropathy with it being only in one limb. Read more...
Yes. Neuropathy can be in just a finger or toe , arm or leg or many places all the same time. It depends on the cause which determines location and extent . Read more...