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What might cause numbness in the front of the leg and back pain?
psyatica.....or cyatica or anything that sounds remotely like my spelling.......lets do it phonetically........SY-AT-I-CA................
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What are lumps on the lower back on both sides of the spine which cause back pain and numbness of the left leg and it tends to hurt more after lying flat on your spine?
Answer . \nYou need to see a doctor about this as they could be anything.
No, generally sciatica would be pain radiating from the lower back, usually on one side or the other. This pain would radiate to the buttocks or down the back of the leg and n…ot the front of the leg. A type of pain or numbness that comes from the waist and to the front of the thigh can be meralgia paresthetica which is an entrapment of the lateral femoral cutaneous nerve. This often happens when there during pregnancy or obesity. It may even happen with pants that are too tight, especially when you sit for long periods of time. The pain described could also be caused by damage to or inflammation of the femoral nerve. The femoral nerve allows people to feel sensations in the front part of the thigh and a section of the lower leg.
It could be a pinched nerve. My mom had that same problem,Becuase of a penched nerve.
Maybe... Im having the same experiance.. Im on 30mg day, for about 3 weeks.. All of a sudden, numbness (cold) in my left arm and leg... I dont know if its just because I…m so focused on work that I dont get up from my desk for 4-6 hours at a time, or if its the drug. Ironically though, as soon as I started moving/walking around, it felt like the blood returned, and the area instantly had a rush of a warm feeling?!?!?!
A lumbar hernia is one of several possibilities. Many people experience lower right back pain with leg numbness that is caused by irritation of the sciatic nerve, …by the piriformis muscle, that runs from the back through the hip and down the leg. Many times lower back pain relief through sciatic stretches can improve mobility and significantly reduce pain.
A stroke. Strokes and heart attacks can do that
Pain in the lower back or buttocks that radiates downward on one or both legs is Sciatic (pronounced "sigh-at-ick") nerve pain. It can come on suddenly and generally cau…sed by a compressed nerve pathway. The pain is usually sharp and intense and comes on suddenly. Depending upon what type of activity you were doing when this pain occurred (for example: Were you skiing? Were you rollerblading? Did you jump from a diving board? Did you fall or have an accident of some sort?), you may need to seek medical care promptly. Worsening of the sciatic nerve pain may become incapacitating and leave you unable to walk. Or, sometimes the pain comes and goes, causes minimal pain, and doesn't interfere with your lifestyle. Go to a website like webmd.com to further diagnose your pain and look up a local doctor who can give you more information about the best way to treat your pain.
Yes! Anxiety and depression can cause so many things to happen to your body-the mental symptoms turn into physical ones, sometimes.
Some people get get pain in their lower back and leg because of a problem with a nerve / nerve root. Some conditions that include symptoms like this are Herniated Disc, Nerve …compression, and Acute or Chronic Pain. Please note, communication on this site does not create a physician/patient relationship.
WOW!!!!!!had the same problem!!!! I'm only 20 years old and had a L5 S1 fusion!!!! your sciatica nerve is pinched which means your disc is bulged/ herniated. go to a p…ain management doctor and ask for lyrica and get on pain medication i know the pain your going through and it is no fun at all!!!! get the epidural steroid injections by a pain management doctor you will have to have a referral from your normal physician, it helped me with the leg pain but i still had to have surgery cause of some other reasons but i hope you only have the sciatica nerve pinched! good luck to you! any questions email me at firstname.lastname@example.org your case sounds exactly like mine did!
Many things can cause this from setting or sleeping wrong, to low back problems. Pinching of the Sciatic Nerve is another common cause of numbness. Then there's the possibilit…y of blocked arteries. I suggest you seek the advice of a medical professional as soon as possible.
I have a Lump on my right side more towards my back under my rib cage. It causes pain that goes all the way down to my lower back also bothering my hip. My right leg also goes numb at times.?
Go and see an osteopath or chiropractor, sounds like you've got some muscle starting too 'seize' up and this could putting pressure on some of your nerves. Seek professional a…dvice.
numbness can be caused by a variety of things including diabetes and also herniated disc in the spine, the best thing to do is to consult with your doctor. ..............Leg… pain can range from a mild nuisance that comes and goes, to debilitating pain that makes it difficult to sleep, to walk or engage in simple everyday activities. The pain can take many different forms -- some patients describe the pain as aching, searing, throbbing, or burning, and it can be accompanied by other symptoms, such as a pins-and-needles sensation, and/or leg or foot numbness or weakness. Leg pain may be caused by a problem in the leg, but often it starts with a problem in the lower back, where the sciatic nerve originates, and then travels along the path of the nerve. For this reason, diagnosis of anyone with leg pain, foot pain, and/or leg or ankle or foot weakness or numbness, should include an examination of the lower back. see also :- Sciatica/Leg Pain Info: What is Sciatica? Sciatica Symptoms Sciatica Treatment Sciatica Exercises Leg Pain Symptoms and Descriptions Leg pain caused by a low back problem is often accompanied by additional symptoms, such as leg numbness or weakness, or foot pain, and the type of leg pain experienced may vary widely from patient to patient. Doctors will give a jab comprising 1 or more pain killers with anti inflammatory medication, muscle relaxation and together vitamin B at a go.
Yes, heavy bleeding and fibroid pressing on nerves can cause pelvic pain and numbness.
Its probably low blood circulation, where your leg is completely/mildly cut out of blood. If you sit down to much, it could occur, and sometimes when you stand up, you might g…et pins and needles. It could also be low blood pressure (hypotension) where your blood is not being moved around your body as strongly as its suppose to. But I think its just low blood circulation.
There are a number of skin conditions that can cause a painful hard cyst between the legs. A few of them are cherry angioma, dermatofibroma, folliculitis and lipoma. A doc…tor can give a correct diagnosis.