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Courtney:Let's answer your opening question honestly and directly.The pain management doctor probably doesn't want to talk with you about...
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Hi Google this link you may find it very useful, and not a drug in site.The Link,  http://www.earthclinic.com/CURES/sciatica.html Just copy...
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cortisone injections have helped me tremendously over the years.  I also had my nerve endings burned and that really made a big difference in...
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Hi With bleeding like that you should see your doctor ASAPGood Luck
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Hell no.  Sciatica pain is the result of the sciatic nerve which travels down the hip down the backside of the femur.  Has nothing to do...
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Either one may help....so use the one that seems to get the best results, or use both -- alternating from ice to heat.
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I have ruptures at both L4 and L5.  Symptoms my depend on the extent of the extrusion.  Mine presses on my sciatic nerve, which causes very...
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Sharp Pain - you my friend need ice. The best way to use it is to place it on the area where you feel the most pain for 10 minutes. Then take it off...
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No.  Sciatica is pain felt anywhere in the body caused by a nerve in your spine. Pinching or pressure on this nerve shoots pain to random places...
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Usually a neurosurgeon or orthopedist that specializes or has expertise n back surgery is the "expert". Just because you have sciatica does...
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You have chronic pain conditions and yes you can have concomitant ailments or diseases. Concomitant simply means -at the same time, in...
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I would say then it's related somehow to the Sciatic nerve.  See a neurologist.
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Sciatica is pain in the lower extremity resulting from irritation of the sciatic nerve. The pain of sciatica is typically felt from the low back...
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Sciatica is diagnosed with a physical exam and medical history. The typical symptoms and certain examination maneuvers help the health-care...
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Bed rest has been traditionally advocated for the treatment of acute sciatica. But how useful is it? To study the effectiveness of bed rest in...
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