:confused: I have been seeing doctor after doctor for 3 years now and noone is able to tell me why I am in constant pain. Started with a stiff feeling on the left side hip/pelvic bone. Within a couple of months the burning pain was so intense that I could barely walk. Was treated with muscle relaxers and steroids, only took the edge off. Pain is constant and radiates down both legs. About 2 years ago I lost feeling through my pelvic area. I have had x-rays, 10 MRI's, cat scans, EMG, spinal tap, and almost every other test you can think of. I have seen every specialist that there is. They all can tell me what it isn't, but not what it is. Recently had a diagnostic laparoscopy to check for endometriosis. Once again, I have been declared a healthy 34 female!!!! I have been told by one pain management doctor that he saw 2 herniated discs, but a nuerologist and a nuerosurgeon say my spine is fine. Am seeing another doctor on Wed., hoping to get a myelogram. It is the only test that hasn't been done and I think it is the last hope of finding a diagnosis. Can anyone relate to the utter frustration of being pigeon-holed as a perfectly healthy person when you know you are not??!!!:(Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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