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Is it possible that someone has leg pain due to pinched nerve in back or these are to separate stories? Is there any explanation for pain in the leg? There was no injury or anything else that could be the cause of it. What can be done about this pain? Thanks

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Yes, when one has a pinched nerve in the low back, pain is usually perceived as radiating down the leg. The symptoms the person experiences seem to them to be traveling into the leg along the distribution that the nerve usually travels. Muscle spasm in the back commonly accompanies pinched nerves and can be quite painful and sometimes nerves can be pinched and the only symptoms may be numbness and weakness in the arm or leg without any pain whatsoever. It can be treated with medication, physical therapy….but that is doctor’s job.
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