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I have pain in my leg. No trama that I can rember. But feels like burning when I walk?
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Dr. Peter Corrado
Family Medicine
3 doctors agree
In brief: Possible neuropathy
Pain described as burning is often a sign of neuropathy, a functional disturbance or pathologic change in a peripheral nerve.
Causes include diseases like diabetes, excess alcohol intake and nerve entrapment as occurs with carpal tunnel syndrome. See your doctor or a neurologist for a proper evaluation.

In brief: Possible neuropathy
Pain described as burning is often a sign of neuropathy, a functional disturbance or pathologic change in a peripheral nerve.
Causes include diseases like diabetes, excess alcohol intake and nerve entrapment as occurs with carpal tunnel syndrome. See your doctor or a neurologist for a proper evaluation.
Dr. Peter Corrado
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Dr. Marcel Hungs
Neurology
2 doctors agree
In brief: Slipped disk
This pain could be a slipped disk in your lower back.
A physical examination and and an MRI of your lower back can help to identify the problem. Other problems could be a circulation problem in your leg arteries. Check with your doctor or a neurologist.

In brief: Slipped disk
This pain could be a slipped disk in your lower back.
A physical examination and and an MRI of your lower back can help to identify the problem. Other problems could be a circulation problem in your leg arteries. Check with your doctor or a neurologist.
Dr. Marcel Hungs
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