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    Brief Medical History Overview

    Age: 27, Male, Presenting Problem Since: 3 months, Symptom Behaviour: Remaining Constant., Symptoms Worse (24hr Behaviour): During the day., Easing Factors:: Rest, No Investigations, No Diabetes, No Medications, No Osteoporosis, No Hx of Cancer, No Unexplained Weight Loss, No Bowel/Bladder issues, Other Info: n/a

    Major problem / Symptomatic Areas

    Shin - Anterior - Right

    Electrical Sharp Pain, Shooting in Right leg

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    Over the past months, its been on/off. Primarily, it is triggered when I am sitting and stand up (couch, office chair etc..) I get this electrical sensation on my right leg (near the front right shin area). It does not last more than a second. However, there have been times where I have experienced it while i was standing up and all of a sudden experience the pain while walking. With each stride or mimicking a soccer ball kicking motion, I notice the electrical shock like sensation at that area. Moreover, while standing I also feel an inflamed sensation in my back, which hurts.

    When I wear compression socks, I do not feel the pain (electrical shock) in my leg, and is at best bare minimum. Both legs (calves) at times also feel tight.

    Any advice?
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    Re: Electrical Sharp Pain, Shooting in Right leg

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    Sounds like mild entrapment of superficial peroneal nerve - probably where it penetrate fascia which is of variable location. - It would be the upper point in referenced image. https://encrypted-tbn0.gstatic.com/i...16qaNO468dhPUB - Though often more medial. You should find a spot especially tender and might facilitate pain jabs or tingling feeling (a tinel's spot) when active. Injecting spot with steroid might help.



 
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