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Hip pain with pain radiating down legs
I have hip pain with pain radiating down both legs.  What could be causing this? It "feels" that the circulation to my legs is reduced.  My doctor suspected RA but I do not have any other symptoms associated with RA.  A recent evaluation of my MRI (hip) stated the marrow looked like someone that smokes or is anemic, which I am neither.  My RA factor is 36.  Lyme disease is negative. I had an x-ray of my spine too.  Today the pain is bad & will need to take pain medicine.  I am beginning to think is may be my back and more likely a pinched nerve.  Sometimes if I walk or change positions, the pain will leave or be greatly reduced.  
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