When i was in labour with my daughter in 2007, during my labour there was a loud crack that came from my lower back, as it wasnt painfull wasnt to worried, just guest things would be moving around, for teh last six months i have been getting a sharp hot shooting pain down the front top right of my right leg!so sharp sometimes that it has thrown me to the floor in tears.
the last 4 weeks i have had nothing and thought it has gone away, But i was wrong it has come back and im now worried because i am pregnant again, i dotn want to be in such pain and worried about when the pain strikes, ie like when im driving,
What could this be?
I ahve been reading horrible stories like cervical cancer tumours causing pain down your legs pushing on siatic nerves!as i am only 22 i was refused a smear.
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