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Diagnosed with sciatica. Severe pain. Body looks crooked while walking. Took medications. Suggest

hello my name is alexis and i would like to know if i am able to collect disibility living allowence for sciatica pain? i currently am working in a sandwich shop in which i stand all day and by the end of the night i can barley walk. when i sit too long i can barley stand, it hurts to bend over if i have to pick up something off the ground, and also when i walk my body looks crooked. the pain runs down my left leg and hurts so bad i take the prescribed medications but they dont take away the pain they just make it a little more barable for me to handle. Ive had the pain for over 2 years now and was diagnosed with siatica.
Asked On : Fri, 12 Apr 2013
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Thanks for the query
I understand your concern
Please check with your local neurologist as your symptoms are highly suggestive of neurological problem which gets aggravated by prolonged standing. There are different rules in different states and your local neurologist may be able to help you in this issue
Best wishes
Answered: Mon, 27 May 2013
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