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Sharp pain/electric shock in left foot feeling when urinating

Ggrogue69GGgrogue69 Posts: 1
edited 02/15/2015 - 8:23 PM in Lower Back Pain
Hello everyone. I am new to this forum. I am unfortunately not new to spinal herniations. :(. I have had 2 acdf and now dealing w herniations in 7 discs in my thoracic and 4 disc herniations in my lumbar. Needles to say I have a new symptom that has me very nervous. When I urinate or washing my genital I have started to get a sharp pain / electric shock feeling to my left foot. I have never had this feeling. Can anyone please tell me what this could be or how severe this can be. I am currently on numerous meds and still feel this ? Please help


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  • So weird that you mention this. I was just talking to my husband about this problem. I have had it for years and just recently found out I have a herniation with large annular tear at the L5/s1. It also happens during sexual things like a burning in my foot. Drives me crazy.
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