The pain started in my left foot and thought it to be a neuroma. I have some swelling when on my feet for an hour or so. Within a month or so, the pain soared up my leg to my left buttocks. I now have much pain in my entire leg from my buttocks to my foot. It's getting difficult to walk. When I wake up in the morning, getting out of bed and walking is almost impossible. My right leg and foot are similar in pain but not as bad. I have great trouble getting in and out of my car and my bed or couch. I don't know what to do. Do I see my family physician or a neurologist, or another specialist? Help!!! Thanks.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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