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Leg pain, no doctor know where it comes from

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  • Posted By: legguy
  • May 14, 2007
  • 05:37 PM

Hi. I'm a 23 years old guy. I've been having a leg pain... in the calf and thights and mostly in the inner side of my right leg... It's constant and I've been having it for months. About a 5 or 6 in the pain scale... sometimes higher. I've taken diclofenac and ibuprofen without results.
I've seen traumatologists and had an EMG all normal according to them.
If anyone has any idea... and I mean ANY... it'll be better than the "we don't know" or "you're imagining it" that I've been getting.

P.D: Enlgish is not my mother language... so... if something is grammatically incorrect or doesn't make sense... let me know

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  • my so called doctors say I'm great... I'm fine... even one of them suggested me to go see a shrink... they won't even test me man... just regular blood work and an EMG
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