Friday, 10 December 2010

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Research suggest that wearing skin tight jeans may cause a temporary bout of a nerve condition called meralgia paresthetica, also known as “tingling thigh syndrome.” The condition can happen when constant pressure from the skin-tight denim cuts off the lateral femoral cutaneous nerve, causing a numb, tingling or burning sensation along the thigh.

Over the last several years, experts say they’ve been seeing more young women at a healthy weight complain of symptoms. The culprit: too-tight jeans.

“The nerve, in some people, is susceptible to compression,” says Dr. John England, a New Orleans neurologist and a member of the American Academy of Neurology. The femoral cutaneous nerve, he explains, runs from the outside of the pelvis and through the thigh. “It is a pure sensory nerve -- it doesn’t go to muscles or provide strength. Anything that is tight around there could potentially compress the nerve that goes there.”

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