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Obese. Pain in leg from hip to toe. Guide - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 11-Jun-2013
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Doctor:Good afternoon
User:Hi dr.
Doctor:Please proceed
User:My wife is hving constant radiating pain in the leftleg frpm hip to toe.
Doctor:What is her age?
User:She is obese n otherwise fit
Doctor:Obesity may be the primary cause
Doctor:Sciatica is the underlying cause for it
User:Wat is scaticia
Doctor:It is a nueral pain
Doctor:due to compression of the sciatic nerve
User:Ne immediate remedy
Doctor:Obesity may be the reason for it
User:N she is on GM diet
User:Since last 5 days
Doctor:That is good that she has started working on it
User:R u thre
Doctor:With weight reduction her symptom will come down as well
Doctor:This is the first treatment
Doctor:I am here
Doctor:Are you able to read my text?
User:Do u really GM diet works
User:I hope i cn ask u regarding this?
Doctor:It must help
Doctor:It is more of vegetables and fruits
Doctor:I am sure, her symptoms will subside with weight loss
Doctor:Hence she must concentrate on losing weight now she continue to wid her normal exercises like walking etc.
Doctor:She should continue
Doctor:Thank you too
Doctor:Please log in to chat if you have more queries any time
Doctor:bye for now
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