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Pain from lower back to toe
Experiencing little pain in right leg if I stand for a while  and numbness in lower back and buttock .ankle also swollen .nerves visible in leg. I used to go for jogging but one day last week I realised I'm not running properly because one of my legs not supporting and back also bit paining then I took rest and stop going for jog and observed the above mentioned symptoms from last 3-4 days and then took aceclofenac tablets I could feel better to some extent and the above mentioned conditions still remain with less intensity . And I have my physical endurance test in 2weeks I'm preparing for this from past 3-4 months and I have to clear it so please help me how can I go about this condition of mine to become normal as past and clear my physical endurance test Or suggest me if I have to take rest and not involve in any physical activity or do I have to start light physical activity please help me by giving me suggestion because it's very important and I have paucity of time
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Dear, it may be simple muscle spasm, Some time during walk or jogging it may happen. 1st thing is .... be calm,but don't take it lightly,  take rest,  donot walk or jog till the diagnosis is established, U need to be examined clinically as early as possible, if needed MRI scan will be advised. Hence please go to a pain physician and talk to him about your issue. U will get some way to come out of the issue. I can help if u will come to my clinic  at Thane (Mumbai)for physical examination.
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