What is the cause of numbness in the legs

There are many causes of leg numbness, including lumbar disc herniation, sciatic nerve entrapment, central spinal cord lesion, central brain lesion, diabetic peripheral neuropathy, heavy metal poisoning, postural abnormalities, etc. Therefore, when leg numbness occurs, you should promptly go to the hospital for head and lumbar CT, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and other examinations to clarify the diagnosis and follow medical advice for symptomatic treatment.

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