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Pain and burning in the hip and knee. Need medication for pain

I am in a great deal of pain starting at my hip and going down to my knee . I also have a feeling of intense burning on occasion. The pain in my thigh is achy and I have had a few sharp pains all the way down to my heel. I have no insurance and it is bad enough that it is effecting my work, as I stand and move around all day. What could it be and how do I control the pain, which I would rate at a constant 5 and goes up to a 9.
Asked On : Wed, 6 Mar 2013
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Your symptoms suggest about some thing like disc problem and needs MRI of Lumbosacral spine to look at the exact cause for pain. For the time being, You can manage your pain with paracetamol+tramadol combination which is available in various brand names in Indian market. I will advise you to get an MRI done and consult nearby neurosurgeon for your problem.

Wish you a faster recovery
Answered: Fri, 26 Jul 2013
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