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my leg

AnonymousUserAAnonymousUser Posts: 49,671
edited 06/11/2012 - 8:29 AM in Lower Back Pain
i also have a warming sensation that just started a week ago going down my left leg is it something to worry about my backs been messed up since august and waiting to see the orthopedic just got insurance. havnt gotten mri results to me yet


  • Make sure you keep a log of your symptoms and bring it with you when you see the Ortho. Many people get hot or cold sensations when the nerves are irritated in their backs. It's very specific to the person and the injury though, so only your doc can attest to whether it is coming from your known injury or a new one.

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  • you may have a trapped nerve .does the warming sensation go all the way to your foot? if it is will be a trapped nerve at L4 /L5 /S1? .like C says log all you problems so that you can give the medical people good information ..the more accurate information they have the easier they will be able to diagnose your problem
  • thanks guys for the info ill be sure to tell him
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