I've had numbness in both legs from the thighs to the toes for over a year now. SInce February of 2009 to be exact. I've been to a neurologist and his diagnosis was low Vitamin B levels...I took Vitamin B shots every other week for 4 months with little to no change. My energy level was definitely better, but the numbness was still there.
I've had nerve testing (forgot what it was called) and everything was normal. I've had an MRI of my back and was told I had a bulging disc but the doctor didn't think was the cause because I have no back pain whatsoever.
However, I've noticed that my knees feel like there are rubberbands around them. It's just a strange, not natural, feeling.
I've been living with this for over a year and I don't know where to turn...my doctor blames everyone on age but I am 39 and in good health...i exercise and am active but I feel like since I've been feeling this in my legs it's slowed me down just because I don't feel right.
Does anyone know if an orthopedic doc would be able to help me out? Or chiropractor or someone, anyone!!!!
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