Have you had a lumber MRI taken? If nerves are affected in the lower back- you can have symptoms in the lower legs and extremities. For example the sciatic nerve comes from the lower back area, and it follows a path on your l
You and I have had similar experiences in running, although I'm older than you. I've been a recreational runner for 35 years and have run four marathons. My marathons were run 26-27 years ago.
Thank you, Allen! I'll work on stretching much more consistently and thoroughly--and hope that "works." I really appreciate your help.
You and I have had similar experiences in running, although I'm older t
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Hope everyone’s Tuesday is going well. I loved hearing your Oregon Trail stories….I pretty much laughed all morning long. It was awesome. I loved one comment about the sad music coming on when “bad water”
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My left leg is numb. It’s like someone flooded everything below my knee with Novocain. I’m stumbling on it, and have taken a couple of nasty falls when I can’t maneuver on the stairs.
It’s probably the neurosarcoidosis—
from the toe up into the inner thigh as nerves usually run outward/downward. It turns out the sacral nerves from the spine carry sensation for a great deal of the back of the buttocks, thigh, genitals & maybe a smidge...