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left leg sciatica

AnonymousUserAAnonymousUser Posts: 49,671
I've had sciatica for almost 3 months now, began in beginning of December. The pain appears to be getting better (the pain is moving up my leg and is more central). I'm just curious why when I initially wake up in the mornings the pain is much more manageable and less severe? Could this rule out any spinal disorders as well? I'm just curious and I can't afford to see a doctor at the moment.


  • I have low back problems too. My pain is less in the mornings and gets worse as the day goes on. Unfortunately, it does not mean you do not have spinal disorders and it does not mean you do. Even though you can't afford to see a doctor, start making a journal of when and how much pain you have and where. It will be very valuable when you can see a doctor, and if you will need to see a doctor. Take it easy and take good care of yourself. I hope your problem resolves itself.
    Take care,
  • yeah, having a hard time finding a job (I'm 21)

    it's rarely lower back pain but just left leg pain
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