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... Thanks so much for the replies...super helpful. If the piriformis muscle were irritating the sciatic nerve, could this effect both hips/legs? (6 replies)
... I've had low back pain off and on for more than six months. At first, it would be an acute incident, can't stand up straight for two days, then it went away. Happened again in a month. ... (9 replies)
... or laying down. I just don't know what to think anymore. the worse thing is I cannot tolerate taking narcotic pain medication and tylenol just isn't cutting it. What should I do? ... (5 replies)

Spinal Stenosis
May 20, 2013
... surgeon. Hello to everyone again . I'm Chris and I have spinal stenosis in the lumbar and thoracic regions. My Doctors tell me I also have spondylitis all up and down my spine. Oh there are a couple more diseases. ... (1 replies)
... Acid running down the legs is a good way to discribe the feeling. I had not thought of that but it is accurate. ... (5 replies)
... is bad also. He had degenerative disks with spurs, had horrible pain running down left arm, lost muscle tone and strenght in one months time. ... (7 replies)
... My daughter is 18 and has been in chronic pain for the last 4 years, following a soccer collision that left her with an L5 fracture on the right side and pars defect, which could have been there since birth.. ... (0 replies)
... Don't be surprised if she starts to complain of pain running down her leg. ... (17 replies)
... type pain running down your leg? ... (2 replies)
... neurologist but didn't find much relief, only enough to help me sleep at night. I liked the Lidocaine patches but that was really it. I finally got back up to running again and ran a few races. ... (7 replies)
... Usually when you have pain traveling down your leg, it is indicative of a compressed lumbar or sacral nerve. This is often caused by stenosis or by a herniated disc. ... (22 replies)
Back pain
Aug 21, 2014
... Welcome to the board. I would imagine you are having pain in your buttocks area and running down the back of your leg or legs. Would that be correct? ... (1 replies)
... I am still doing yoga classes once or twice a week but have decided to stop these classes because last weekend I hurt my back during the class and had extra pain for two days after which included an ache running down my left leg. ... (6 replies)
... When something like a bulging disc is pressing on the spinal cord in the cervical area, it can cause symptoms in both arms and legs as well as things in the head like headache, dizziness, etc. But the same thing happening in the lumbar area only causes symptoms basically from the waist down. ... (2 replies)
... You don't mention having pain running down one or both legs...do you not have something like that? ... (2 replies)
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... To cut a long story boring, I suffer from degenerative disc disease and Schmorles node. I am in pain every day and honestly can't recall the last full day I was pain free. ... (3 replies)
... Do you have pain in your buttocks or running down the back of one or both legs? ... (23 replies)
... go well at all, they said it showed a large tumor on his L3 and said we have to act immediately. I can't tell you how shocking this is. Do you know if wearing a pain patch could of alter the results, he was wearing one. Do you know if it's possible to get a second opinion? ... (4 replies)
... I had a laminectomy after learning my nerve roots were being crushed in three places, causing severe pain down both legs. I could barely walk. After my surgery, I was still having aches and pains in my legs. ... (10 replies)


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