I had severe left pain in my back, going down to my legs. I couldnt walk for days, but recovered from it. I have seen my doctors and 2 of them said there is nothing wrong with my spine. However I have been taking inflammatory which did not help! The severe pain went away, but re-occurs at times. Know I have continues leg pain from my back, buttocks and down in my legs. The pain is weak at times but then severe especially when weather is cold. It is not my muscle but feels like the bones of my leg. I am a regular hiker, but this has not caused me any kind of pain before. A year ago I suffered such severe pain I could literally not walk, my doctor said it was my colon, causing the back pain. I received medication and eventually got well again. I am not what is wrong, but pain is discomfort and I am not able to hike due to numbness in my legs and pain. Please can you help me, the pain just doesnt go away.
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