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Signs that you have sciatica

Sciatica pain occurs when a protruding (herniated) spinal disk pushes against the sciatic nerve.

Signs that you have sciatica

Sciatica pain occurs when a protruding (herniated) spinal disk pushes against the sciatic nerve. Sciatica's most common symptoms include:
  • Feeling that you have a bad, persistent cramp in the leg.

  • Feeling pain when you sit, sneeze or cough.

  • Feeling of general weakness in the leg.

  • Feeling numbness or having a "pins and needles" sensation in the leg.

  • Feeling a burning or tingling sensation that runs down the leg.
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