Burning Sensation In The Legs After A Pinched Nerve Operation?
Hello … 🙂 2 weeks ago I had a nerve operation pinched in the spine with endoscopy, but after 2 weeks after this surgery I started to feel a sensation like burning skin on my left leg … is this the effect of the surgery? Will it continue to feel like this or will it disappear itself? What should I do … please info
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Related complaints that are felt should be considered and conveyed whether the pain is felt continuously or when certain movements are carried out; whether before undergoing surgery experienced similar symptoms; whether the control has been done after surgery. Some things that still might happen are
Pain related to nerve irritation
This is related to a condition where when there is a pressure on a particular nerve, there will usually be pain, which is typical.
Pain related to surgical scars
This relates to the surgical scar there will be a wound which is then sewn. This relates that under the skin there are nerve endings so that pain can be felt in the area.
Some things that can be done to relieve the pain are
- Moves regularly and lightly and exercises physically to support the strengthening of surrounding muscles
- Get enough rest, don't force it too much on strenuous activities
- Give a compress with warm water for comfort
- If too painful can be with anti-pain medications such as paracetamol
- Consult further to a neurologist
Here are the things I can say. Thank you