I have tingling and numbness and pain in right leg and foot due to my tibial nerve being cut during a total knee replacment?

Response. Not sure of whether your question involves treatment approach or possibility of surgical interventions. Hard to interpret your statement, as posed. Please be specific what your want to have explained or advised.

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Prescribed heel lift for leglength issue, right leg but stopped wearing it after experiencing numbness/tingling in knee, right leg. Sensations persist?

Get Checked. If the heel life change was too dramatic height wise id could have changed your gait and affected your back. Persistent numbness and tingling is usually due to nerve irritation. Please consult with your doctor. Read more...
Neruopathy. If the nerve is damaged or entrapped it may lead to numbness or weakness. Have it evaluated by a professional. Read more...

Will total knee replacement help my problem? Both legs from knees to feet ache all day and night. Top of feet sore to touch. Walking 20 to 30 minutes is extent of mobility time. Must sit for a few minutes.

Please . Please see an orthopedic specialist for a complete evaluation of your knees if you haven't done so. If your x-rays show "bone on bone" arthritis, where your joint space is completely obliterated, and you have failed bracing and nsaids such as advil, (ibuprofen) then you may need a knee replacement. Possibly though you have another diagnosis such as neuropathy, which is a nerve condition of your legs, or even vascular disease such as claudication. You need a complete workup to find out for sure. Read more...
Not Sure. Knee replacement probably will not help your problem. The description of an ache form the knees to the top of the feet that that gets worse with walking and requires you to sit down after 20-30 min sounds more like a back problem called spinal stenosis. Read more...

10 weeks ago I had a left total knee replacement and now I have a dull, achy pain in my left hip and left foot ankle. What could this be?

Be seen. Many potential causes, but i would certainly let your surgeon know. It could be as simple as the altered gait you have had in your recovery could have aggravated your hip and ankle. But it could also be early signs of a blood clot or infection. Again, let you surgeon know and he can take a look. Thank you. Read more...
Expected pain. The postop course after a knee replacement is challenging ! pain can often be up and down the entire leg. A rare but real concern can be that of a blood clot which can occur for up to 6 weeks out. Any such concerns should be conveyed to your treating surgeon asap. Let me or her know and get direction in what to do next ! Read more...

Can total knee replacement contribute to a swollen foot when flying?

Maybe. depends how far post op you are. if there is any pain get checked out. especially calf. wear support hose and take asa when flying. Read more...

Lower leg and foot go numb and tingly turning purplish when sit or stand, also colder that othr leg. Normal for knee replacement??

Ischemia vs neuropat. Ischemia refers to lack of or inadequate blood flow. Peripheral vascular (or arterial) disease refers to poor circulation to legs such that they can hurt & feel cold. If this has only happened since your knee replacement, please see your Orthopedic surgeon as well as your Family Doc. They can start w/non-invasive ankle brachial index & then consider angiogram if indicated. Also test for neuropathy. Read more...