Its difficult for me to comment with the information you gave me
If this is acute or of sudden onset, you should seek medical attention as soon as possible
If this is chronic, you may have some form of peripheral neuropathy - a problem with the ends of the nerves supplying the lower extremities
there is a broad list of causes of which the most common can be checked for by your local neurologist - like diabetes, B12, folate, autoimmune diseases, monoclonal antibodies tests, thyoid function, among others - all blood tests
Nerve conduction studies and a needle EMG of the leg may also provide some insight and provide objective evidence that a problem with the nerves exist.
I have feelings in my legs, but i need a walker in order to walk. I started with the sam stmptoms. I had srugery a year and a half ago. diagnosed with cervical mteopathy, and i got wrost. Now I cann't seem to find any help. They just tell me to deal with it. I get so depressed all the time. Hope you get answers.
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