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Slight weakness in the hip, leg having a freeze-burn feeling, is ice cold yet warm to touch. Had labyrinithis treatment. What could be the cause?

i was diagnosed as having labyrintitis in september last year and while i was in a and e i had all the symptoms of a stoke numbness on the right side of my body and face . everything came back to normal eventually apart from my right leg this still feels as though is is permanently in a bath of ice cold water and has that freeze burn feeling and always a ice cold foot yet warm to the touch . is this linked to labyrinthitis or something else i do seem to have slight weakness in my hip at the moment hope you can she some light on it thanks Lynn
Asked On : Fri, 6 Apr 2012
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Orthopaedic Surgeon 's  Response
Sounds like there is a residual inflammation of the sciatic nerve- "neuritis".
Could be viral in origin.
I suggest you take B-complex vitamins( twice a day) along with an anti- inflammatory tablet(like Ibuprofen once a day).
It should gradually get better over 4- 6 weeks.
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