Years ago, I had sciatica down my left leg. It was textbook sciatica. Not sure why or how, but it finally went away on it's own.
Now I am experiencing pain in my right leg. Here are the symptoms:
1. Ache in my lower butt that moves into my right thigh. Not the back of my thigh, but the middle/front of my thigh.
2. I have no pain sitting or lying down.
3. Sometimes I can walk for a mile or so before it starts hurting. Sometimes when I'm just standing in the kitchen cooking dinner it starts hurting, and gets worse rather quickly.
4. The pain is a combination of an ache like a charlie horse, and a darning needle being shoved down my inner thigh.
5. I've not found any medicine that relieves the pain.
6. What's interesting is that all I have to do is bend down and touch my toes (stretch) for a few minutes, and the pain goes away for a while.
I know that I should probably see a doctor, but I have always suffered from a severe case of white coat syndrome. Any one here recognize what I have described above? If so, what is it, and how were you able to correct it.
Thanks for your help,