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Pain in hip and leg. Diagnosed as sciatica. Not cured by ibuprofen. What does this mean?

hi my name is melodie, i been suffering with pain from my hip down to the back of my leg my doctor said it was sciatica , what can i do for relief ? ever day i take 3 Ibprofin and drink a big cup of coffee for my pain i dont know what els to do i feel miserable all the time be case of the pain i really do need some help this been going on about 3 years now , am tired of going to therapy it,s not helping me what els can i do ?
Asked On : Sat, 9 Jun 2012
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i want to know, you have back pain or not..... if it is not by disc compress... then it will be because of nerve tension some where in thigh or in hip.. so neural mobilization will reduce the pain meet a physiotherapy get treated and learn self mobilization do it regularly..
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