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Sleeping with sciatica piriformis

Premium Questions

doctor1 MD

arrived on hoilday still experiencing nausea , and didn't sleep also due to her leg pain . When I googled ...

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they said it was sciatica . Ok we'll the gave me robaxin mobic and Vicodin . Oh and a decadron shot. This has also given me little relief. I'm still having bad pain no sleep etc. I've been resting some ...

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I have symptoms of piriformis syndrome . What type of doctor do I see to diagnose problem? ...

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Hello, I am female over 70,but healthy and active. I take no medication. However, after heavy work cleaning up after a storm, I have severe sciatica . The piriformis muscle is likely inflamed. Affected my ...

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a chiropractor which has helped somewhat but the piriformis and right leg don't seem to be improving. My balance ...

Public Forum Discussions

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I presently have sciatica from piriformis syndrome. I ve been to a messages therapist 1 week ago ..., not getting any sleep or even any rest sitting, constant pain. What s you re med recommendation for pain ...

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I have been having a lot of trouble with what they say is caused from my sciatic nerve. Lots of pain especially when I go to bed.. Haven t had a night s sleep for 5 days now and have to sit in my ...

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joints. Mainly on the right side. Its effecting sleep and my mobility. I did go to the accident ... it was sciatica and has me on zapain/codine/paracetamol. The pain hasn t got any better. Whilst the doctor ...

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I am a 21 year old female who has been suffering from chronic sciatica since july 2010. At first my ... happened once or twice every week which left me in a lot of pain and extremely tired due to lack of sleep ...

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/outside of his left leg/foot for 7 days. Friends who has had sciatica thought it must be his sciatica pain but no back pain. His doctor thought it is piriformis syndrome . He stands on his left leg to play his musical ...

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I m 17 and I have found out that I have sciatica. My pain isn t so bad, I can still walk, and sleep, and occasionally jog but j can t do too much or I have a lot of pain. I stretch and everything. The doctor ...

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My mother is around 60 years old and having severe back pain and unable to sit or sleep, kind of sciatica, doctor has suggested to use belt, give hot water bag, and take medicine Zerdol Sp, still ...

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Hi there I m currently 30 weeks pregnant and suffering with awful sciatica on my left side, my ... at night when trying to sleep, it isn t painful but very irritating it makes me feel the need to move them ...

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I have chronic sciatica nerve pain from my lower lumbar to mt left hip down the entire leg to my foot. The pain has worsened over the past 4 years, to the point that I have inadequate sleep ...

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and I cannot sleep at night. I have been back to the doctor and they can t seem to do anything. I ve had ... sciatica nerve acts up if you would call it that. I ve asked for some other type if pain medication ...

Mobile Questions and Answers

doctor1 MD

It may be sciatica.

doctor1 MD

It could be sciatica

doctor1 MD

Surgical decompression would be best.