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SI joint pain/ low back pain

WjcurrentWWjcurrent Posts: 2
edited 09/03/2013 - 6:46 PM in Sacroiliac (SI) Joint Problems
I need help. I been dealing with a low back pain for nine months. I done everything I can possible think of. I have had MRI X-rays ct scans blood work all for my SI joint and low back. Nothing seems to help did about 6 months of PT and hasn't helped with the pain. Seen two doctors for my back both are kinda at a loss. No one has come up with any reason why my pain is there. All test come back normal. Even saw an arthritis doctor he cleared me. I been on all sorts of drugs and anti inflammatories and muscle relaxers. It's seriously getting me depressed. I'm 26 and living a life like a 50 year old not walking moving or doing anything. Can't walk for more then 20 mins or I flare up and wanna die. Has anyone been where I am and had something help? Any ideas what I can do where I should go would be amazing. I feel like I done everything I possible can to make my life live able and it isn't working. Please help



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  • Stay happySStay happy Posts: 41
    edited 02/05/2015 - 2:50 AM
    i have encountered the same journey with you for over a year. one dr told that my SI ligaments are faulty. so i will try prolotherapy to fix the laxity.
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