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Why does it feel like water is running down the back of my leg?

Why does it feel like water is running down the back of my leg?

Arachnoiditis can cause many symptoms including the following: Tingling, numbness or weakness in the legs. Sensations that may feel like insects crawling on the skin or water trickling down the leg. Severe shooting pain that can be similar to an electric shock sensation.

What is arachnoiditis in lumbar spine?

Arachnoiditis is a pain disorder caused by inflammation of the arachnoid, one of the membranes that surrounds and protects the nerves of the spinal cord.

Why do I feel like something is moving in my back?

A tingling, or pins and needles, sensation in the back can result from conditions that affect the underlying nerves. Doctors refer to this sensation as paresthesia. Causes can include infections, spinal injuries, fibromyalgia, and vascular malformations.

What causes electric shock feeling in lower back?

Arachnoiditis often causes intense pain in the injured area, which can include the lower back, legs, buttocks, or feet. The pain may feel like an electric shock or a burning sensation. It can spread across your back and down your legs. The pain may get worse when you move.

Why do my legs feel like they are being electrocuted?

Shooting leg pains can often occur when a lumbar vertebra suddenly shifts and places abnormal pressure on a nerve, causing it to misfire. The brain registers these signals as pain which we feel down the nerve line of the leg, often intensely. Some people describe the pain like an electric shock.

Why does my body feel like electric shocks?

When the body becomes overly stressed, the nervous system, which includes the brain, can act involuntarily and erratically. This in voluntary and erratic behavior can cause sudden ‘shock-like’ feelings in any one part, or throughout the body.

Why does my water feel like it is trickling?

Here’s the wikipedia page. The trickling water feeling is usually associated with Fibromyalgia and nervous system issues. It is definitely worth a trip to your doctor to get your nervous system checked out. Thank you, Ricobord… I believe you’ve answered my query.

What does it mean when you have liquid running down your back?

The liquid running down your back is a called a parathesia. It’s where the nerve is sending the wrong signals to the brain and it is interpreted as the liquid sensation. I have this as well. I have ice water on my left thigh and boiling hot water on my right shin.

Why do I feel water running in my head?

And I still continued to feel that wet trickling feeling of water running in the inside of my head. There is no pain associated with it, but utter fear and worry. As silly as it sounds, I never went back to the doctor because I am already a hypochondriac, and feared the worst as a second opinion.

When did the water sensation in my legs go away?

The strong flare up of water sensations did not come back after my last upper respiratory infection 8 months ago at the end of winter. That is the first time in 5 years that has happened. They may not come back. I still can get water sensations in legs or feet from compression or certain activity.