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Back feels like electrical shocks going through it ......duplicate post please follow link

onwillowbayoonwillowbay Posts: 2
edited 10/10/2014 - 3:26 AM in Sacroiliac (SI) Joint Problems
Duplicate post please follow link
It is a forum violation to duplicate posts, The moderator team reserves the right to edit any post


http://www.spine-health.com/forum/pain/lower-back-pain/back-feels-electrical-shocks-going-through-it


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It is against forum rules to duplicate posts..the reason for this is having multiple threads on the same subject can reduce the number of responses, plus it creates confusion for the rest of the member community. Members do not know which thread to respond to. Then in the end you may have a number of different responses in different threads. Any thread continuity is then lost.
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