About 8 years ago while playing hockey over the course of one game, I developed exterme pain in my deep inner pelvis. Basically, the pain (more like a burning sensatio) is almost right in the middle. It never has never subsided. It increases when I walk and actaully becomes really bad when I sit for a prolonger period. Despite my numerous attempts to see a specialist I have had no success obtaining a referral from my family doctor or any other doctor. It's like they think I lying to them. Anyway, when it is really inflamed it radiates down my inner leg and under my buttocks. It is also sensitive to the touch. It really feels like something it tearing away from the bone. Does anyone know what this is? As mentioned, it's basically at the bottom of my pelvic bone right in the miiddle.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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