Each patient interprets his feelings in his own way, it all depends on the type of personality. The disease is characterized by gradual development. The main complaints of the patient are goosebumps on the skin of the thigh, a feeling of tingling and numbness. Sometimes it seems to burn the affected area, or vice versa, it becomes cold.
There is a loss of sensitivity and the nutritional function of the skin worsens. After that, after a while, the patient begins to be disturbed by pain in the affected area. The nature of the pain is different for everyone: from aching constant to stabbing and acute. The disease does not affect the motor function of minocin pills. The symptoms are aggravated by standing and after walking.
The pain appears within a few months.
In Roth's disease, the most common sensation is numbness, cold, burning on the anterolateral surface of the thigh, paresthesia such as tingling and goosebumps, mild trophic skin disorders. Less often, burning unbearable pain is felt.The disease is called paresthetic meralgia (Greek meros - thigh). At later stages of the development of the disease, analgesia occurs in the zone of innervation.