go to a doctor. this doesn't sound like something associated with a tattoo.
Numbness in the lower legs only could be caused by a variety of things including poor circulation and even diabetes. Going to a doctor to rule out severe problems would be ideal.
Some of the causes of jaw tingling/numbness is: Diabetes mellitus. Tooth ache. Alcoholism. Hypocalcemia. Spinal cord lesion. Nerve root compression. Herpes zoster. Multiple sclerosis. Entrapment neuropathy. Partial seizure.
The most common symptom of spinal stenosis are: leg pain, lower back pain, leg numbness and tingling, limitations in walking. One can have one , all or some of these symptoms at the same time.
Hi, I am a first year Physician assistant student. I believe that could be lower leg syndrome and would check with the doctor.
Pain in the groin, hip, lower back, may worsen when walking or moving the legs; abdominal pain; numbness/tingling; bleeding from the vagina, urethra (urine tube), or rectum; difficulty urinating.
It could be poor circulation, or even early signs of carpal tunnel syndrome.
would a gall baldder attack cause pain in my lower abdom days later and numbness in my right leg and right hand
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You might be pregnant - take a test
If it is associated with a kidney infection like mine was it could cause pain in lower back
Sciatic pain is usually associated with tingling or pain running down one leg radiating from the sciatic nerve which is situated in the lower back. This pain is usually associated with some damage to the sciatic nerve and can be caused, particularly in older people by spinal degeneration.
Symptoms of sciatic nerve pain could consist of lower back pain, along with numbness or tingling in your leg or foot. To help with this, you could apply an ice pack to the sore area or a hot pack. Soaking in warm water can help to loosen a tight muscle. You may also want to try some stretching exercises. If none of these techniques work, consult your physician.
You can suffer from a leg weakness with either having sudden cramps , or having weak bones aat the knee joint. Or not having enough muscle tone or low amounts of cartilage Leg weakness can occur from - sciatica - bulging discs in lower back - leprosy - nerve palsy of leg (common peroneal nerve injury) - diabetes There are a plethora of causes depending on associated symptoms that one could have like back ache (bulging disc), tingling numbness(sciatica), elevated blood sugar (diabetes).
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it basically means that there is a small herniation (or bulging out) of one of the disks in your spine. L4-L5 is the position of the disk in your spine, and refers to Lumbar spine disk 4 and 5, aka it is to do with your lower spine. it can cause pain, or numbness and tingling in you lower legs in SOME cases..
Sometimes leg numbness comes from standing or sitting for long periods of time without movement. This causes the blood to not circulate normally in the limb. Rotating the leg and foot can help with the circulation and relieve numbness.
diabetes causes circulation problems, check your blood sugar.
Sciatica is pain, tingling, or numbness produced by an irritation of the nerve roots that lead to the sciatic nerve. The sciatic nerve is formed by the nerve roots coming out of the spinal cord into the lower back. It goes down through the buttock, then its branches extend down the back of the leg to the ankle and foot.
Yes, doctor, I am experiencing numbness in my lower left extremity.
You need to see a doctor about this as they could be anything.
It is horrible. Your back never stops hurting and it causes your knees and ankles to hurt also. Answer Pain, numbness, weakness or tingling in the arms/hands and the legs may indicate cervical spinal stenosis. Patients with lumbar spinal stenosis experience the same symptoms but limited to the lower back, legs, and feet.
Symptoms of lumbar spinal Stenosis include numbness, weakness, cramping, or pain in the legs, feet, or buttock; stiffness in legs and thighs; low back pain. In severe cases, loss of bladder and bowel control. Answer Pain, numbness, weakness or tingling in the arms/hands and the legs may indicate cervical spinal stenosis. Patients with lumbar spinal stenosis experience the same symptoms but limited to the lower back, legs, and feet.