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How do you diagnose si joint pain?

I was diagnosed with having herniated disks looking at my mri results. One thing that makes me wonder if it's really the disks causing my pain though, is that my back makes a clicking noise. This "clicking" noise can either make my sciatica switch legs, go down to my groin, and at times it takes away all my pain. I asked my doctor if it was the si joint and all he did was touch a part of my back and said "does this hurt? no? then it's not." Is there a possibility it could be a combination of si joint pain and herniated disks? It seems like no Dr. takes a 20 year old seriously, and was wondering if anybody here could help.

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