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Pain in knee, hip, lower back and leg. Done Ultrasound. What is the reason?

Hello. A month ago I had pain that started from my left knee cap that went straight up into my hip. I rested and took it easy hoping it would go away. Well it didn t and only got worse from there. The pain went into my left hip, across my lower back to the right hip, and now it s going into my right leg. I went to the hospital and had an MRI done, an X-ray , and also an ultrasound done on my leg and ovaries. All of these tests came up negative. I can barely walk let alone get out of bed. I am in so much pain and I don t know where to go from here. Please help.
Asked On : Sun, 3 Feb 2013
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youmay need xray of lumber or sacral vertebra
it can be compression of nerve when it pass through the vertebral discs
and it causes pain in the area supplied by these nerves
in my opinion the orthodoctor will be able to tell you the cause and treat for disease to get relief
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