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cervical spinal issue

Started by shakti.baral on 02/21/2015 6:29am

I have my legs found numb most of the time,can say all the time.always tingling inside.could anybody suggest what may be the case and what to do to overcome this?

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Sounds like you should return to your doctor, if you are experiencing numbness and tingling it can be a number of things. At the very least, do not put off on getting this checked out. Good luck!

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Jay is right, you say cervical and I have a really bad one, but it's arms, shoulders and fingers that happens to in cervical. Definitely get checked....you might have new things developing down to T and L spine. But, when my fusions in the cervical turned into DDD one of the first things that happened was tingling up my spine and it drove me nuts! My doc gave me gabapentin and lidocaine patches that seemed to calm them down. I now have bad problems in the T spine....you may be on the road to DDD.....I hope not! Good Luck! You need an MRI.....tell doc.

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I also have numbness in my left leg and tingling. I was diagnosed with spinal stenosis in 2012 and when I look that up on this site it says that can be one of the symptoms. It gets annoying when I walk very much because it feels numb. I don't have any suggestions though. I have an appointment with a neurologist in September and hope he can tell me something.

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Any time some place on you body is numb all the time you should surely see your spinal doctor. The spine works in mysterious ways and since the numbness does not go away, like it would if you were sitting or sleeping wrong and it went away once you started moving around. Having had serious spinal issues involving a C1-C2 neck fusion and now needing my C2-T2 vertebrae fused, I have learned how just the smallest detail about your symptoms can tell the doctor exactly what is wrong. Good Luck !

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