I'm thinking this is probably nothing, but wanted to toss this out for some feedback? My issues are protrusions affecting my L2/3/4 (but..L2&3 nerve roots), and as such most of my symptoms aside from constant back pain, I get numbness, weakness and tingles and pain towards the outer side of the hips, and it wraps around the front of my thighs to the inner side of my knees, and sometimes the side of my calf's.
I've heard of this "feeling" before, but never had it till this week. I had just sat down to enjoy a cup of coffee. Just as I put the cup down after my first sip, I had the feeling of luke warm water running down the front of my right thigh. My first thought was "dummy, you spilled some coffee on yourself", and my hand immediately went to my leg expecting a 'wet area', but none was there! It didn't hurt, and it only lasted about 30 seconds.
I've now had this happen 4 or 5 more times - always when sitting. Is this something I should worry about? Is it telling me by way of symptom that something is getting worse? I guess I am not use to 'being wet' without actually being wet, plus no pain with it, and short duration. I have all kinds of crap going on with my neck, and I've never had "wet arms" or anything. It's probably nothing, but my back has only been chronic since last December, so still new with the junk that goes on with it. Thanks guys!!
PCTF C4 - T2, Laminectomies C5, C6 & C7. Severe Palsy left arm/hand.