After sitting cross legged for a while, the inner side of the knee hurt when taking it down, and then the plantar numbness did not affect normal activities. After eating mecobalamin and Gastrodia elata for two or three days, they have no obvious effect for the time being. Doctor, is my leg going to break? I'm still young and don't want to be disabled!
The symptoms of numbness generally consider the symptoms of nerve compression. We should consider whether there is lumbar disc herniation and nerve compression. We can do the CT examination of lumbar disc. We should also consider whether there is local nerve compression. We can do local electromyography. Or the doctor can make a face-to-face physical examination and make a preliminary judgment. Don't worry too much. Check it first and make a clear diagnosis.
In this case, don't worry too much and don't think about the problem of disability. You should go to the hospital first. A doctor will check your body face-to-face and make a judgment. You can do the EMG examination of the local lower limbs to determine whether there is nerve damage. You can take drugs that nourish nerves
According to your detailed description, it is considered as plantar numbness. Generally, in this case, first consider whether there is pain in the lumbar spine. It is recommended to pay attention to rest. At ordinary times, pay attention to keeping the soles warm and soaking the feet in warm water. If the symptoms are obvious, it is recommended to go to the hospital for lumbar MRI to see if there is lumbar disc herniation. Generally, it is considered that this symptom will be caused by lumbar disc herniation and nerve compression