Lately my left hip has been going numb...its especially numb in the morning when I wake up...randomly throughout the day...anyone else getting this? I wonder what it could be...I'm def bringing it up to my doctor on friday!
I get tingling hip when i lay on my left after a minute or two now and it's sooo sore. If I sit my left leg falls asleep so quick if my legs are crossed or stretched a certain way. and i can feel my leg tingle and stuff when i sit certain ways.
I get it in both hips and sciatica pain in my back. recently my left arm is getting a little numb so I guess it's going to get worse still. I use hot water bottle and my boyfriend does a little massage for me. it only helps for a little while but... what a relief then...
i also keep getting it every night, it in my right side most of the time and my arm goes numb at the same time. i put it down to where im lying on nerves and thought that maybe that was causing it but going to ask midwife when i see her next, another thing to add to my list of questions lol x
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