The thigh nerve is tight when walking and a little painful when sitting. Originally, the left side has been treated with acupuncture and moxibustion, but after that, the right side also hurts
If there is obvious thigh neuropathic pain, we should first see whether it is caused by lumbar disc herniation. If it is caused by lumbar disc herniation, it may compress the nerve. In this case, corresponding traction and physiotherapy must be carried out in time.
According to the symptoms of halitosis, it is not ruled out that it is the nerve compression caused by lumbar disc herniation or spinal canal stenosis. Before clinical treatment, MRI can be done to make a clear diagnosis, and acupuncture, massage and traction can effectively alleviate the symptoms.
The thigh nerve is tight, which may be caused by overwork. After remission through relevant treatment, patients should take appropriate rest to avoid some vigorous exercise and reduce activities. If the symptoms continue to not be relieved, they can go to the hospital to improve the relevant examination and clarify the specific cause.