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Touching right thigh causes tingling in foot?

tonybournettonybourne Posts: 10

I've posted on here before within the lower back section, however I do know think this is sciatica related and my symptons have changed since. The pain has however been very mild and fortunately for now nothing compared to some unfortunate stories on this forumn.

Anyhow, I've had months of buttock and calf pain which have been caused by an injury to my back approx. 9 months ago. This has been on and off and even shifted from right to left. I can have days/weeks with no problems at all.

The thing now is when I touch my right thigh at the back just above my knee cap, I get tingling around my right ankle bone in my foot. No such problems happen with my left side.

Does anyone have any anwsers. There is no other tingling otherwise.


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