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Pain on back of shin,left leg tingly, random cramps.Suggestions?

Hi, on the back of my shin just not long ago, I had a great amount of pain and its hard to put pressure on it still.
I also noticed there was almost like an indent on the back of my shin area, where the source of the pain seemed to be. My whole left leg is still really tingly, and it still somewhat hurts in that area to move. I do experience random cramps sometimes, but I haven't ever noticed a dent like this?
Tue, 8 Oct 2013
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hi i had gone through your query and understand your concerns. i would come up with the possibility of SCIATICA my be the caus for your sufferings.

possible causes include;

the SCIATIC NERVE RUNNING DOWN THE BACK OF THE THIGH ,and may be caused by

-exposure to damp
-pressure on nerve,by tumor,or constipation,or through injury
-over use of limbs walking
-rheumatism or gout

kindly rule out the possible causes with x-ray or MRI scan for lumbosacral spine,
-blood test for serum uric acid levels etc
I hope this is helpful for you, thank you     

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Pain on back of shin,left leg tingly, random cramps.Suggestions?

hi i had gone through your query and understand your concerns. i would come up with the possibility of SCIATICA my be the caus for your sufferings. possible causes include; the SCIATIC NERVE RUNNING DOWN THE BACK OF THE THIGH ,and may be caused by -exposure to damp -pressure on nerve,by tumor,or constipation,or through injury -over use of limbs walking -rheumatism or gout kindly rule out the possible causes with x-ray or MRI scan for lumbosacral spine, -blood test for serum uric acid levels etc I hope this is helpful for you, thank you