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Lower leg pain and back pen
I have lower back pan last 2 year i go and checkup with many doctors but still not relief And also as i am sports person and play cricket so i need to fit my back and my leg... I am using tablet gabapin nt 100 since to long but no any relief for calcium using zecol max, gemcol d3 but still i am suffering for high back pan and lower leg pain ancel pain and when i go to bathrom and sit from that time to my stand up time leg is paining and like my leg blast due to pain i am doing exercise for back ans setuup for leg but not good can any one help me. Contact me please
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Assessment of your spine muscles and Hamstring muscle tightness is important. If needed a few x rays in bending and backwards bending positions would be helpful. If needed MRI based on  xray findings
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This might be due to nerve compression in LUMBOSACRAL spine
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Need mri LUMBOSACRAL spine
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Consult me after mri reports
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If your back pain is more at night or early morning or is associated with stiffness, then it could be a symptom of Ankylosing Spondylitis (a type of arthritis of spine and sacroiliac joints).
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Consult a Rheumatologist if you have above mentioned symptoms.
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