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I have had constant fasciculation in both lower extremities for well over six months now. Could my low back pain be causing this or something else?

Yes and yes. Low back pain can be associated with nerve root irritation, that can cause abnormal muscle tone, and even abnormal muscle contractions. However, it is also possible that something chemical is involved, or electrolyte abnormality, like low calcium. Best to have this checked out. Read more...
Neuropathy. Fasciculations can be from peripheral neuropathy, or something more ominous. A nerve conduction study and EMG would be helpful in making a diagnosis. A low back nerve compression would also be picked up. Read more...

My neurologist said I have mild nerve damage in my lower extremities. Can it be linked to my low back pain and sore neck? Should I be concerned?

Possible. Nerves that go down to the legs can be damaged as they come out of the back. This is rare at a young age. Your doctor should investigate the possible causes of nerve damage to determine appropriate treatment. Read more...
Could be. Not enough info to know for sure if things are linked. Any nerve damage at 23 would be of some concern to me. Read more...
Lower Back. Unless having weakness or incontinemce, wouldn't be concerned. Mild complaints acceptable. If greater than that, seek advice. Read more...

Have numbness in both outter sides of big toes. Have mild reynaud's but nvr in feet &. No lower back pain & blood sugar good?

Could be many things. Recommend evaluation by a neurologist. Could be numerous problems. Read more...
May be pressure. Numbness to the big toe can be secondary to foot function. If the foot rolls in too much (over pronation), this will put increased stress onthe big toe. Bunion deformities can exacerbate this problem. See your foot doctor for an evaluation. Dr l. Read more...

I'm having lower back pain but its radiating down into my right hip and have right leg numbness on my right upper outside leg. Whats my health answer?

Common. This is a very common pattern. There are a few possibilities for this pain. I would recommend that you see a physiatrist (specialist in rehab medicine) and they can evaluate you and suggest appropriate treatment. Read more...
Orthopedic evaluatio. Of lumbar spine for possible disc disease. Read more...

Fell on my coccyx 1 yr ago. Accentuated angulation as MRI. Cant sit straight. Numbness in the end of tights. Lower back pain. Med reduce pain but no heal?

Inject. The two more aggressive options are usually to consider an injection into the tailbone itself of cortisone, which can sometimes help rather dramatically; or to surgically excise the tip of the tailbone. Read more...