For the last couple of months, I've been experiencing some aching/pain in my left thigh to knee. Finally went to see orthopedic doc. He did X-ray of leg and lower back. Nothing. Ordered an MRI of the lumbar region because he thinks it could be a narrowing of the spinal canal that could be causing it. Or a pinched nerve. So tonight I am working out with my trainer - we worked legs and abs. I get home and my left leg from kneed to foot feels like it would if it was an arm and I had hit my funny bone. It's numb and tingling. I can still push on it and feel that, but it's like it's asleep and trying to wake up but doesn't. Anyone have any insight? It's kind of scared me. Thanks.
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