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Why am I having a tingling and numbness from the right side of my right knee up the front of the leg and then it stops...or sometimes gets worse?

Nerve. This suggests an impingement and/or irritability of a nerve entering your leg possibly at the groin area.often seen in overweight people or in people who sit for long periods like truck drivers A neurologist is best qualified to evaluate and pinpoint the problem. Read more...

Fell on knees 6weeks ago. Right knee had fluid but itwas gone. Hit rt knee again after1month. Little fluid. Now hve tingling/numbness on foot/leg. Problem?

See an orthopedist. It is hard to know without examining you, and without knowing where you are numb, what is causing your problem. It sounds like you first had an internal injury to your knee, and did the right thing by giving it a chance to heal. You can injure the peroneal nerve near the knee. This could result in weakness of your foot, and is something to take seriously - see an orthopedic surgeon. Read more...

I have had tingling and numbness is on my right knee area and tingling and numbness in my right shoulder and neck area. It comes and goes depending...

Tingling . These may be unrelated. What you are feeling is your neck and shoulder may be an irritation of a nerve in your neck The knee pain may be a bruise of a nerve. However if it Hesse all persist you need to see a physician and get a definitive diagnosis . Read more...

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...

What should I do about the numbness and tingling in leg? I hurt my back moving this weekend. Since monday I have had constant numbness and tingling in my right leg, from the top of my leg down to my knee, from the top of my thigh to the outside of my leg

The . The numbness and tingling you are experiencing in your leg after a back injury could indeed be nerve damage or compression from a herniated disc. The good news is that most people recover with non-surgical treatment, though it can take a very long time. Treatments typically include: - rest - bed rest is not recommended after 1-2 days, but avoiding activities such as lifting for the first week after injury can be helpful. - ice and heat - ice in the first 2-3 days can help decrease swelling. Heat after that can increase blood flow and mobility to the area - anti-inflammatory medications such as alieve (naproxen) or Motrin (ibuprofen) not only provide pain relief, but help with swelling in the area - physical therapy and exercise - probably one of the most effective ways of treating back pain i've added a helpful link to a website written by the national institute for health that gives more in-depth information on back injury. If your symptoms are not improving after 72 hours of treatment at home, or if you have worsening numbness, tingling, muscle weakness, loss of bladder or bowel control, contact your doctor immediately. Read more...
Prob.pinched neeve. This is a common scenario in back injury. Herniated lumbar disc may have occurred. Read more...