I was exercising on a treadmill about 10 years ago and started to feel a snapping noise in my groin area. It didn't hurt so I continued. When I was done, there was some feeling of numbness in both my feet. A few days later, I started feeling lower back pain. I tried rest, thinking that would be all that was needed.
Within a week my hips started hurting along with my back pain and it was excruciating!
That's when I started going to my doctor. They took xrays, milograms, blood tests, and every other kind of test immaginable. I went to a neurologist for all his tests because by this time, I had begun to get numbness in both arms and hands (sometimes while even sitting up).
The diagnosis my doctor finally came up with was that I had arthritis, but he added the following comment: It's not any where bad enough for you to be having pain from this. Then he perscribed Tramedol for the pain and I have had insomnia all my life, he suggested Ambien.
That's where I've been for 10 years. Pain Pills and Sleeping Pills. Now, it's starting to affect the quality of my life. I would rather stay home and deal with it than go ANYWHERE. I just went and purchased a new treadmill to try again. The most I can go without extreme pain is 5-10 min. I feel like it's killing me and no one has a clue. My Neurologist said I had the back of a 30 year old and no nerve damage.
Thank you in advance if you have any suggestions!
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