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Nate Campbell medical resultsFight News“Mr. Campbell suffers from Right Piriformis Syndrome” commented Dr. Brunson. “This condition is caused by the piriformis muscle in the pelvis becoming ...
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Wondering if your number's up?The SunOther places you can trap a nerve include your elbow or groin - causing numbness of your little and ring fingers, or the side of your thigh. ...and more »
...give your legs a 'fashionable' edge. But if you're planning to slip into that super-tight pair of jeans for the night out, then here's a news flash: the skin-fit garment can cause a nerve problem called meralgia paresthetica or 'tingling thigh syndrome.'...
...night out, then here's a news flash: the skin-fit garment can cause a nerve problem called meralgia paresthetica or "tingling thigh syndrome." What's more, coupled with stiletto heels, the pressure these jeans put on the femoral cutaneous nerve that runs through...
...skin-tight denim may have caused a temporary bout of a nerve condition called meralgia paresthetica, also known as “tingling thigh syndrome.” The condition can happen when constant pressure — in Ghoman's case, from the skin-tight denim — cuts off the lateral...
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