Numbness In Feet and Legs

Numbness can make your skin feel tingly and prickly, sometimes even suppressing all feelings. Most of the time numbness is due to constrained blood flow and will fade quickly. Seek medical examination at a nearby Carbon Health if your numbness does not go away within an hour, or if it's accompanied by symptoms like fever or a severe headache.
Leg numbness can be caused by a variety of conditions such as peripheral artery disease, nerve damage, or a herniated disc in the spine. If you experience persistent or recurrent numbness or tingling in your legs, it is important to consult with a healthcare professional to determine the underlying cause.

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