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severe pain in my legs

Postby jeff g » Sat Jun 23, 2007 12:54 pm

About two weeks ago i got severe pain in my left leg so i went to my GP who said i had sciatica.Then last week i got severe pain in my other leg aswell.Thw pain is so bad in the morning and on resting i can hardly stand or walk.Any one got any ideas what i can do?
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Postby SeafordMdf » Sat Jun 23, 2007 10:25 pm

Hi Jeff,

Are you getting Lower back pain also ?

"Normally" with Sciatic there will be Lower Back Pain associated with it .

Odd that you have it NOW in both legs .

I'd be tempted to get a 2nd opinion from another GP.
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Postby randolph » Sat Jun 30, 2007 10:05 am

Hi Jeff

What is your GP recommending you do? Did the GP just send you out of the office with a prescription for some pain med, or recommend getting an MRI, or refer you to an orthopedic surgeon?

If your sciatica is the normal kind (not caused by cancerous tumors or diseases needing more aggressive medical treatment), you might give the RYB program a try. Has helped a lot of us here.

Sciatica is a bit weird. Some of us have back pain, some of us don't (I didn't have very much); most of us seem to have it in one or the other leg (right for me) ... theoretically it would seem to be possible to have both legs affected ... but that might be a red flag to get some professional medical opinion regarding this unusual symptom.

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roving pain in left leg, and knee

Postby bslayers » Fri Oct 12, 2007 1:05 pm

3 weeks ago I hurt my back and the leg pain became intense. So, off to the Chiro, MRI done (one of the most painful experiences of my life, my leg bruised from the inside out). Chiro, recommends for only $5K I should decompress. First I didn't like the Chiro, he was always oblivious to my not being able to lay down and I was befuddled as to what to do until I found RYB which was so positive and gave actual direction that made sense.
One particular action I took and which I've done in the past for joint pain was to have my lower back stung by our bees. Bees have one of the most potent anti-inflammatory known to man. I've received 25 stings over 4 days. No pain in my back whatsoever but pain continues to show up in my knee almost the same time every night around midnight.
I am doing the basic exercises and wondering if anyone has further ideas about how to deal with the knee pain at night. I do end up with an ice pack on my back and that seems to help. The one exercise of standing up with my arms stretched above my head and leaning to the side, causes pretty severe pain in my knee cap when I lean to the left. Should I keep trying to do the stretch and fight the pain?

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Postby fortyrounds » Sat Nov 03, 2007 4:58 pm

I figured i would throw this out there i have pain in both legs from time to time and my doctor told me that the reason for that is cause i have central canal stenosis which is when the buldge pushes on the center of the spinal canal if im getting this wrong i appologize but i think you get the gest of it anyway it may not apply to your condition but i know its the culprit in my case hope you get to feeling better soon you will if you follow these exersizes they will work just hang in there bee stings huh lol i think im gonna go mess w that nest outside take it easy Wess
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