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What causes my right leg feel like its numb?

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Dr. John Michalski
Orthopedic Surgery
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In brief: Sciatica

Check with your pcp/neurology regarding sciatica, herniated or bulging disc, impinging spurs.
Also consider piriformis syndrome.

In brief: Sciatica

Check with your pcp/neurology regarding sciatica, herniated or bulging disc, impinging spurs.
Also consider piriformis syndrome.
Dr. John Michalski
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Dr. Timothy Wu
Surgery - Vascular

In brief: PAD

Peripheral arterial disease (pad) consists of blockages of the arteries anywhere in the body, but very commonly in the legs.
If the blockages are severe it can cause poor blood flow to the nerves, causing ischemic neuropathy. Often this manifests as numbness or burning pain to the toes and we call this ischemic rest pain. It is not typical of the entire leg but i suppose it's possible.

In brief: PAD

Peripheral arterial disease (pad) consists of blockages of the arteries anywhere in the body, but very commonly in the legs.
If the blockages are severe it can cause poor blood flow to the nerves, causing ischemic neuropathy. Often this manifests as numbness or burning pain to the toes and we call this ischemic rest pain. It is not typical of the entire leg but i suppose it's possible.
Dr. Timothy Wu
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