I have been suffering with groin and severe leg pain for years 58 years old . On a good day which isn't often ow i can maybe take a stroll around my local park , but after im in agony my groins hurt so much i feel like my legs ate going to collapse ... I now have extreme knee pain both knees but left one is worse ... I now get a clicking sound when walking and my leg gets stuck it wont straighten i have to push the side of my knee from the outside of the leg its like the knee joint comes out i hear a clik and the pain gets easier to manage if i do this its excruciating .i have been diagnosed with Sciatica of the back is this related? My legs are the worse pain and it effects my every day life im very depressed and on anti depressants please can somebody help exlain why i feel like this?
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