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Chills/Goosebumb Feeling in Legs?

Hi all!
Just a bit of history: I'm 19, diagnosed with grade 1 spondylolithesis L5/S1 about a year ago. I tried PT with no luck, I'm not on any meds (only NSAIDS occasionally) and I have not had injections or surgery. I have also not had an MRI or CT. My everyday pain varies from day to day. It's usually managable, but still annoying. I don't have a ton of leg pain, usually more back pain. After being on my feet for awhile, my legs will ache super badly and will spasm.

Recently, I have been feeling an odd chill/goosebumb feeling in my legs, more my right one. It's diffcult to explain, it feels like I have chills, yet it is localized to only one leg. It's usually pretty brief. It's not painful, just weird and annoying.

Does anyone have similar experieces? Or have any idea what this may be?

Thanks :)

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