What does numbness in the upper left thigh mean?

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Meralgia paresthetica is the term used for numbness in the upper left thigh. Meralgia paresthetica is pressure on the lateral femoral cutaneous nerve. This nerve supplies sensation to the upper thigh. The symptoms of this are numbness and tingling in the outer part of the thigh, a burning pain in or on the surface of the outer part of the thigh, and sometimes a dull pain across the buttocks or in the groin area. The symptoms only present themselves on one side of your body. Standing or walking can intensify the symptoms.
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