My left foot is partially numb, I have recently started getting shooting pains through the arch and severe cramps and shooting pains in my calf. I have had 4 MRI's, a spinal tap, numerous blood tests. My doctor found nerve damage in both of my legs, degenerative arthritis, and a disc poking into my spine. She says that the arthritis and disc are not the cause of my leaden foot. She seems to be stumped, and I am frustrated! Multiple Sclerosis and diabetes have been ruled out. If anyone out there can provide any help, ideas, etc.... I would greatly appreciate it. I know I am not the only one in the world who is having or has had this problem.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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