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Left leg feels numb?

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Dr. Rowan Paul
Sports Medicine
2 doctors agree

In brief: Lots of causes

Leg numbness is a non-specific symptom with many causes.
A good history and exam, and sometimes full workup including imaging, and nerve studies are needed. The numbness could be due to impingement of a nerve in your back, buttock , leg, or foot, could be due to a metabolic disorder, or even a problem in the brain or spinal cord. Please see your doctor for a full work up! good luck!

In brief: Lots of causes

Leg numbness is a non-specific symptom with many causes.
A good history and exam, and sometimes full workup including imaging, and nerve studies are needed. The numbness could be due to impingement of a nerve in your back, buttock , leg, or foot, could be due to a metabolic disorder, or even a problem in the brain or spinal cord. Please see your doctor for a full work up! good luck!
Dr. Rowan Paul
Dr. Rowan Paul
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Dr. Laurence Haber
Neurology
1 doctor agrees

In brief: Not enough info 2kno

Some causes are serious or urgent , other more minor see ur dr.

In brief: Not enough info 2kno

Some causes are serious or urgent , other more minor see ur dr.
Dr. Laurence Haber
Dr. Laurence Haber
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