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... If not, I would ask your doctor to send you for one. If you are having pain in your lower back in conjunction with numbness in your leg, the two could be related. I had a herniated disk that caused extreme pain in my buttock and eventually led to numbness and tingling in my leg. ... (7 replies)
... hi kerry, im a similar position without the numbness but with tingling!!! i am getting twitches too alot. im scared too. mine started after i had my son 15 months ago. ... (7 replies)
... This brings me to the present. Without warning or injury I am having the same sort of numbness as I did several years ago..I have tingling and can not feel my legs, genitals and most of my buttock and basically I am scared.. ... (7 replies)

... s neurotoxic for me and has led to acute exacerbations and rapid progression of symptoms. My nervous system symptoms began with buzzing, electric sensation in my lower spine, moving initially down my legs and eventually leading to varying degrees of systemic numbness and sequelae. ... (4 replies)
... ok. not to scare you but my best friend had the same problem. get an MRI and check your optic nerves too. Keep pushing for answers from a Neurologist. This sounds like MS or something called Devics Disease which does attack the myelin covering of the myelin sheath. Feel free to email me at please carefully review the posting rules - no emails ] (7 replies)
... I'd look here on this board under the thread for "neuropathy" and search for information on this topic in general. Neurorapthy is damage to certain nerves which often are accompanied by severe muscle weakness, paralysis, pain in the muscle tissue, poor coordination, et al.... It's often misdiagnosed at first as fibromyalgia or arthritis but the "tingling" sensation... (7 replies)
... could be caused by a number of things. possibly a nerve impingement from the surrounding spinal bones. or even a recurring myelin sheath infection. think about seeing your neurologist again and getting an MRI or CT (7 replies)
... what could that be caused by? thanks xx (7 replies)
... I think you should see the neuro and also ask your doc to refer you for an MRI.what you are describing could very well be related to some sort of nerve problem in the lumbar area of the spine.Marcia (7 replies)
... I have a million things wrong with me that can't be diagnosed. The one that bothers me the most is the Burning, numbness that I have just under my left chest muscle. It runs about 2 to 3 inches. ... (0 replies)

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