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Can u tell me what's wrong. I have tingling down my right leg

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There are many possible causes of the tingling: remaining in the same seated or standing position for a long time; injury to a nerve, for example, a low back injury can cause numbness or tingling down the back of your leg; pressure on the spinal nerves, such as from a herniated disk; pressure on peripheral nerves from enlarged blood vessels, tumors, scar tissue, or infection; shingles or herpes zoster infection; lack of blood supply to an area, for example, cholesterol (plaque) build up from atherosclerosis in the legs can cause pain, numbness, and tingling while walking; other medical conditions; abnormal levels of calcium, potassium, or sodium in your body; a lack of vitamin B12 or other vitamin; use of certain medications; toxic nerve damage due to lead, alcohol, or tobacco... So, only your doctor can tell you what's causing the tingling in your leg.
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