HELP! I have pain and stiffness in the back of my pelvis-sacroiliac area. It is worse in the mornings andI can only walk for about 20 minutes. The pain stops when I sit down. I can not stand on my toes or on one leg, either, because I will fall over. My doctor took blood tests for inflamation, rheumatoid arthritis and muscle enzymes. He said they were normal. He had an MRI taken of my lumbar spine and neck. It showed multi-level degenerative disc disease, and facet disease and foriminal encroachment (moderate). He said it was not bad enough to cause my symptoms in my legs. Please tell me what else could be wrong? Should I have an MRI of my pelvis? I was lying down with the previous MRI? Would a standing image show something more?Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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