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Leg pain since childhood after hitting car, worst during cold climate, no nerve damage. Pain relief?

Hello I am a 33 yr old woman. I have been dealing with pain in my legs since I was a child. When I was young I got hit by a car. I was riding my bike and some teenagers ran through a stop sign, At the time I did not feel pain but I I was in shock. I feel the pain worse when it is cold or it rains. Do you think that this could be the reason for my pain I have felt for years? I got an EMG test once and the doctor said no nerve damage.
Asked On : Sun, 10 Feb 2013
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Ayurveda Specialist 's  Response
the history of injury to legs may be the reason for ur problem. typically the cold season has vata increasing potential. for such cases ashwagandha powder 5-8 grams taken twice daily with milk should help. in addition mahanarayana taila is good natural remedy for painful disorders. it should be massaged regularly even in the absence of pain during cold season. wish u health.
Answered: Sun, 30 Jun 2013
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