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Tingling in shin
I had lifted heavy weight and had a result there was mild disc bulge as per MRI scanning and no evidence of nerve pinch was found pain was initially on left secrum and now its gone but its actually near hip very throbbing pain and noticrd recently there is tingling om left shin should i be worried?
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Clinical evaluation is mandatory.. I don't think u should be worried though...
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Get a mri done to clear all doubts. MRI LS spine with whole spine screening.
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Hi Tingling in the shin could mean that the disc is pressing on the nerve probably L4 or L5 nerve root
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Take rest Use a Lumbo sacral belt if comfortable Do not lift anything heavy Take a painkiller ( Nucoxia 60 ) twice a day Take A pregabalin ( Nervemax 75) at night ( may cause dizziness) After pain subsides will start with back extension excercises
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Follow up with me after 3 weeks And we will reassess Take care
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Yes. As it is a sign of nerve compression. Will need to see the mri films and need to examine you. Mostly gets cured by medications and physiotherapy. Please consult
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