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Sciatica Leg pain

I wish I could understand what exactly was wrong with my body because I don't know what to do. The minute I feel some type of relief boom I'm hit with the pain. It was pain in my lower buttocks and upper thighs now the pain mostly radiates through my lower calf and feet. The tingling sensation numbness is all associated. Certain parts of my lower calf are numb and never, ever become normal it feels weird. I feel like the doctors aren't doing anything they give me a shot for the payment that last like 2 days or something I don't know what to do I my able to ask them for more shots or what do I do



  • memerainboltmemerainbolt IndianaPosts: 6,346


    Have you asked them to do diagnostic test such as MRI or X-ray, something to find where the source of pain is coming from?
    Do some research and ask questions when you go back. If they are giving you a shot, what do they say it's for?

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  • Hi tarakhaw14,

    You haven't mentioned whether you have back pain or not. While no back pain doesn't mean you don't have a back injury, from my experience it might mean they look for other possible conditions first. If the treatment is not helping then it's time for scans (as suggested above) or ask to be referred to a specialist.

    Good luck

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