Has any one experienced pain (like sharp blunt pains & feeling like extreme muscle/tissue pulling beginning under the breast area down to ankles (front and back of the body....Especially the waist and low-back to center of buttocks and down the legs?. Also, I was unable to get relief for some time by either laying down, sitting up, standing, etc. I finally felt so ill that I took one of my Tramadol's and it eased the symptoms somewhat. Rest of the evening still have it but not as intense. Appreciate any comments on this. Thanks
You might want to ask your question on our Back Pain Community. Sounds like it could be sciatica pain, but that's just a guess. Make sure you follow up with your doctor to be sure of what's causing the pain. Anything here would just be a guess. I hope you feel better soon!
Good Luck and Good health,
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