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Groin legs feet and ankles

Morning all I have cronic low back pain after I broke my coccyx many years ago
Last Xmas I had terrible muscle spasms in my back and legs and couldn't move without terrible pain.
They gave me muscle relaxants and they did the job. But over the past few weeks my groin legs feet and ankles are so painful like cramping pain burning pain.
Can't get to see a doc for 4 weeks and my pain melds are not touching it. I also have fibromyalgia. ME/ CFS and a lot of other things going on..any help or advice would be great. Thankyou for taking the time to read this x


  • Hi. Will you let us know what diagnostics you've had? The diagnosis? The specialists you've seen. The more information we have the better we can relate & advise. Chronic pain sucks! (understatement of the century!!) but finding the true cause of your pain & working with the right docs can make all the difference.

    Have you researched "The Blend" here? I've been a chronic pain sufferer for a decade & for me, it's about finding the correct balance of medications, therapies, procedures, diet, exercise, natural remedies etc. Basically I throw everything at it & keep what 'sticks'. Sometimes lots of little things add-up to a good relief...
    Osteoarthritis & DDD.
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