Low back pain, numbness, tingling in thigh, legs and feet can't stand long?

Several things. Since there are several things that could be responsible you need to see your physician for an examination and work up.
See a doctor. The symptoms you describe suggest a problem in the nerve roots exiting the spinal column in the back. Is this a new problem? Are the symptoms on both sides. If so, the symptoms may indicate a serious problem. Please see your doctor for an evaluation.

Related Questions

Symptoms of bowelmovements of only mucus and jelly fish like things. Leg arm feet numbness and tingling. Upper and lower back pain. Wbc of 14.8?

This requires eval. Your symptoms and signs (white count of 14,800) are numerous and only an in-person evaluation/examination can adequately assess them. I might think of some form of infectious colitis with your mucus BM's and elevated WBC count; the numbness/tingling and pain could be something entirely different. I believe the best advice is go to ER (or your doc's office if you can get in today!) Good wishes:) Read more...

I have low back pain numbness in right leg and foot. Sometime leg feels very heavy. Pain feels like knife slicing across back and stinging.

Pinched Nerve. Sounds like you have a pinched nerve in your back. I would suggest seeing a pain/spine specialist to evaluate you further to evaluate what level and what can be done to treat you. There are interventional treatments besides medications and surgeries that might reduce or eliminate the pain altogether. Read more...

Upper thigh numbness x3 months. Coupled with lower back pain. Numbness getting worse. Was tingling now its more like feeling of having no thighs. Help?

Low back pain. Back and thigh pain can originate from a variety of locations including the back, sacroiliac joints and hips. Examination with a spine expert and imaging of the low back, pelvis and hips can help establish the diagnosis and develop a plan for treatment. Read more...
Meralgia. You may have an issue with the lateral femoral cutaneous nerve of the thigh which causes a painful numbness called meralgia paresthetica, and your lower back pain is likely secondary. But cannot fully exclude a disc issue in the lower back, so best that you work closely with your doctor and get diagnosis confirmed. Read more...

Lower back pain now radiating down my outter thighs to knee. Now tingling hot pains radiating down to my calf, ankle & foot?

Seek your doctor. You may have irritation of some of the nerve roots of the spine or the spine itself(though you'd be young for this). Really consider seeing your primary care doctor better define what's causing your symptoms. This will help you come to a better plan of action(treatment) and get you feeling better sooner. . Read more...

I had a slip and fall about 3 months ago. I have right lower back pain. I also have tingling in my left leg and foot with shooting pain and itchiness?

Be seen. You may have a "pinched nerve" in your back. Look out for weakness in the leg and foot as well as bowel or bladder control issues as these may be signs of a severe nerve injury. A doctor can examine you and gauge the severity of your issue and devise a plan for your evaluation and treatment. Read more...
Lumbar disc issues. This sounds like some irritation of the nerve from the lower back (i.e. Like the sciatic nerve). This could be a result of a herniated disc. Seek medical attention if the symptoms worsen or continue to bother you. Most patients get better without surgery over a 3 month period. Anti-inflammatory medications can sometimes help. Read more...