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Suffering from osteoathiritis, neuropathic pain syndrome, back pain. Cure?

I already suffer osteoathritiis and neuropathic pain syndrome, recently, lower back apain worsening and pelvic area going numb as well as right leg, initial injury caused from domestic violence over twenty years ago, am 50 year old woman now, could it be that complication due to the sacrialic site apart from just sciatica ? Leila
Asked On : Fri, 11 Oct 2013
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From history it appears that you might be having osteoartheritis of lower spines producing irritation or pressure on nerves giving rise to this problem.
And injury over the part in past might cause this degenerative changes earlier.
Go for x-ray lumbo-sacral region.
Consult orthopedic surgeon.
Physiotherapy will be much helpful.
Take some B1, B6, B12 injections.
Take calcium, vitamin a and D supplements.
Ok and take care.
Answered: Fri, 11 Oct 2013
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