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Old 12-27-2011, 03:20 PM   #1
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Compartment Syndrome??

Hi i'll spare you the backstory. Just a question to anybody kind enough to answer, does your leg have to be in real pain in order for it to considered as compartment syndrome?

or is a (temproary) paralysis feeling in the leg along with other various symptoms that aren't pain related enough to investigate. Considering i've seen two neurologists and had an mri scan that have ruled out a tumour or epilepsy and the main symptom i get is a temporary paralysis feeling in my right side that is brought on when i move my right leg at certain times i think it could be this.

Any insights or responses greatly appreciated thanks for reading.

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