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    KADEE2012 posted:
    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
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    Chris_WebMD_Staff responded:
    Hi and welcome,

    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, Chrissy WebMD Community Staff


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