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Pain in Back of right thigh.
Earlier pain was in both thighs with back pain.Now taking Accupressure so relaxed with back pain, But after 01 month of accupressure, Still severe pain in Back of right thigh.Can we go for surgery now for the muscle pain in thigh, As he is not able to walk properly since long, What should be the action now??
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Please get vitamin B12 and D levels checked before you decide to go for surgery. Many a times this basic thing is missed and it helps many ppl cure their chronic pains
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vitamin b12 and D levels
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get injectable supplement
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Hello Apart from lower back pain and thigh pain what else are your complains. You are on the overweight side which might also be a contributing factor. Does the pain in back of thigh increase with walking, climbing stairs? Are you diabetic or any other medical problems?
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It would be good to have your medical reports like x ray, scans of you have any. Kindly consult with the details for further evaluation and advice on management
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Dieting to reduce weight.
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