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Having on and off back pain. Hurts while slightly touched, legs feel cold and numb. Getting cold sensation. Any cure?

Hi I m 23, 5 4 probably around 150 pds, Ive been having back pains on and off since I was about 12. Now that I m older the pain and it s frequency has increased. Sometime my back hurts even when slightly touched. This morning I woke up with right side of my right leg feeling very cold , almost numb...all the way down to my foot . The back upper part of ny right calf feels hard. I work retail so m constantly in pain from standing all day. Why am I having th cold sensation now?
Asked On : Fri, 13 Jul 2012
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Goodmorning. I think u might have disc prolapse which cause back pain along with numbness of legs due to compression of the lumbo sacral nerves. Or peripheral vascular disease. Immediatly consult an orthopaedician for detailed examinationand investigations. Thank u.
Answered: Thu, 27 Sep 2012
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