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Would it/ could it be normal with back/ neck radicuopathy to have pain not only in the legs.........

graciegirlggraciegirl Posts: 249
but also starting on the top of my feet, top of ankles, up my legs back and front, calves, slight same issues on top of thighs, to low back? I know, too much or what?! This would be in addition to my R radiculopthy in my arm and now some in my right as well? Ugh. I'm not crazy. At least i don't think so. It is mostly a burning sensation and cold and numb feeling. Thanks for any thoughts on this.



  • The radiculopthy is changing from right and left, not quite as bad. however, the pain/pressure in my neck is not as severe but now my right thoracic? is causing me a "deep" aching pain. The pain in legs is still present.

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