Pinched Nerve ?
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What to do for pinched nerve?
Had shock like electric on left arm to my index finger,my dr.says it s tendon rupture and then send me to ortho. Ortho says that I have nerve pinched. I have this pain what to do ? I don t have strength in my hand and when walking swing does not like .
why does your leg get numb when you get a pinched nerve in your lower back? Is the circulation cut off of my leg or something??
Thanks for your query. Nerves conduct pain and other sensations to the brain, which perceives them. A compressed nerve fails to transmit these sensations to the brain. Hence you feel that your leg is numb or, may 'pins and needles' sensation if the nerve is irritated by compression. It has nothing to do with circulation.
Dr. Rakesh Karanwal
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