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Don't know what else to do

Hello.  I am a 33 year old male.  I have been going to many different doctors trying to find an answer to my problems but no doctor has been able to give me an answer yet.  

About 2 to 3 years ago, I started feeling a deep pain/ache in the middle of my right thigh towards the back.  At the same time, I started having sleep issues.  As far as I know I sleep through the whole night but when I wake up the next morning, my thigh is hurting and it feels like I didn't sleep at all.

I've been to my PCP several times, taken ultrasounds, MRI's, and have taken a sleep study without any answers to this problem.  My PCP said it could be sciatica, so he referred me to a chiropractor and I started doing stretches and exercises that supposedly help relieve sciatica.  Nothing has helped.

I have spent thousands on trying to find a cause and I'm still at square one.  I can't afford to spend too much more and don't know where to turn.  Any help is appreciated.
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Hey harley247

A. Struggled with chronic pain with this unexplained symptom for a while
B. Tried many things to alleviate your pain, but nothing works.
C. Your doctors tell you they just can’t find anything.

Time to take a serious look at Tension Myositis Syndrome.

John E. Sarno, MD, a  professor of Clinical Rehabilitation Medicine at New York University School of Medicine, originally coined this condition, in which the symptoms are caused by mild oxygen deprivation, mainly due to tension, and repression of emotional energy.

This takes in the absence of pathological and physical abnormalities,
or when these abnormalities do not match the severity of the symptoms.
TMS targets muscle, nerve and ligament tissue, sometimes also causing referred pain symptoms.

There are TMS - trained Doctors, who can diagnose you, however,
diagnosis is very simple and straight forward.

There are also some forums and many free TMS resources.
You can do a search or let me know and I can send you some links.

Cheers,
Niko
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