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Lower back pain
I had a little pressure near groin area during sleep while changing position ans got a little bit of pain.Then the pain was shifted to lower back and left leg and it was automatically gone by 2 days.Now i want to know that can these type of mild pains can cause neurogenic problems cause i read it on internet?
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No it won't...
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