What are the symptoms of a pinched sciatic nerve?
Answer from: Andrei Zakharov:
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The main symptoms are severe pain in the thighs, posterior surface of the buttock, often descending to the knee and ankle, because pain in the case of a pinched sciatic nerve spreads along the course of the nerve fiber.
Pain can be different: shooting, sharp, aching, or a tingling or burning sensation in the skin.
The patient has difficulty walking and standing for long periods of time, limping occurs, and the pain may increase when coughing, laughing, or changing position.
If you have similar symptoms, you may want to see a doctor so he can prescribe treatment.
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