I have been to several doctors over the past 6 years for severe pain in my leg, and all they have done is give me Tylenol or Aleve. I don't want just pain meds, I would like to know what is wrong, and the doctors can't seem to find a cause.
I didn't have any known accidents, and x-rays show that there is no back problems such as herniated disks or whatnot. They have done glucose tests which came back normal. The pain also does not act like sciatica. Hence, all they can think to do is give me pain meds.
The pain is excrutiating. It feels like a burning hot ball of lava lodged in my outer right thigh. it doesn't radiate out or down. It just STAYS there. It interferes with my life in that it hurts when I am standing, sitting, laying even. I don't know what to do now, because the docs just tell me "it doesn't exist. There is nothing wrong with you."
If anyone can give me some advice that would be great.
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