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Pain Changes with Positions

laga77llaga77 Posts: 33
Does anybody else have this with their pain? I will get nerve pain in different parts of both legs depending on the position I am in. When I am on my feet too long, the pain will be on the upper left butt cheek. When I sit down it will be either the leg, lower cheek into back of legs, and when I am laying down it will be on the outside of my left hip. When I change position it will go away. I have severe DDD L1-S1 with severe bilateral Foraminal stenosis at L4-S1.


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