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Nerves leg pain,

Nerve leg pain, this pain geeting 6 month he's not walk proper stressing nerve when he's walk. This pain above knee to foot. Sugar and bp are controlled.
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Dr. B Rajashekar Bangalore | General Physician
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hello it looks like diabetic polyneuropathy kindly consult neurologist/physician and decide bye
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Is felt in buttock and radiates to the posterior aspect of thigh and claf to outer border of foot.Pain is worse bycoughing sneezing etc.
*Later on paresthesia and numbness may be felt over the involved nerve.
*In servere cases Weakness of calf muscles.
*Foot drop.
*Lasegue's Sign - Limitation of flexion of the thigh on the affected side if the leg is kept straight at knee.
*C.S.F. examination.
*Radiological examination.
*Myelography.
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*Absolute rest in bed on a firm mattress supported by fracturc boards.
*No permission to go for toilet purpose for to four weeks and other.
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Dr. Rama S.K Pune | Internal Medicine
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Get xray lumbosacral spine done to rule out PIVD
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Dr. Anant Vyanketrao Suryawanshi Navi Mumbai | Pain Management Specialist
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This type of pain can be a sciatica or peripheral neuropathy ( I.e. due to long standing diabetes even if it's controlled) . U need to consult nearby pain physician . U need to rule out sciatica with MRI spine . And if it's prolapsed disk and sciatica you can do physiotherapy n medicine initially n then minimal nonsurgical interventions.
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