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Pain Shooting down Leg?

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There are many reasons a person could have pain shooting down their leg. The most common reason is due to the sciatic nerve. It tends to shoot from the hip down through the toes.
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When I had that issue it was sciatica. Basically a pinched nerve I think. Nothing ever really helped. Heat and ice and ibuprofen was what the doc told me. It did get some better after
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Shooting pain through the legs can be an indication of the
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The possibilities are enormous, could be something with your brain, could be something with your heart, could be something with your spine, could be something with your further nervous
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I have no idea what the cause of the pain radiating down the back of YOUR upper leg is. One would have to take a history, examine you, and probably review some imaging to answer that
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The most common causes of shooting leg pain are; disorders of the bones, circulatory system conditions or disorders in the muscular system. In some cases, excessive ...
Sounds like sciatica - the sciatic nerve gets trapped in the lower back, and sends pain shooting down the leg. ...
Leg pain occur due to an injury or due to muscle cramp. Other common causes include: arthritis/gout, infection of the bone, blood clot from prolonged bed rest, ...
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