I HAVE PAIN IN MY RIGHT HIP AND DOWN THE TOP OF MY LEG TO MY ANKLE. I HAVE HAD THIS FOR SEVERAL MONTHS. AN MRI OF THE LOWER SPINE SHOWED A BULDGING DISC AND NERVE IMPINGMENT.I HAVE BEEN TO CHIROPRACTOR FOR A COUPLE OF YEARS.. FIRST MY PAIN WAS SCIATIC AND DOWN MYLEFT LEG IN THE BACK.. I HAD TREATMENT WITH ADJUSTMENTS,ELECTRICAL STIMULATION AND TRACTION. THE PAIN ON MY LEFT SIDE IS NOW GONE. FOR THE LAST 6 MONTHS I HAVE HAD SEVERE PAIN IN MY RIGHT HIP AND DOWN THE FRONT OF MY WHOLE RIGHT LEG IT HURTS WHEN I GO UP STAIRS OR WALK UP A HILL, WHEN I SIT FOR A SHORT PERIOD OF TIME AND SEVERE ACHING WHILE I LAY DOWN. STAND UP AND PLAIN WALKING DOES NOT HURT THAT MUCH. NOTHING HAS HELPED. WANDERED IF I SHOULD HAVE ANOTHER MRI OR WHAT? WHAT COULD THIS BE? THANKS, SUZY
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