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Sounds like your lower back osteo could be causing it. Load up on anti-inflamatories and do movement

Posted In: Leg Pain Anonymous | March 27, 2014 | 00:01 AM

Use anti inflamatory foods: These foods include horseradish, mustard, garlic, onions, watercress, parsley, celery, pickles, lemon, and rose-hip tea. The omega-3 fatty acids in nuts, seeds, and fish also can reduce inflammation.

Avoid the inflammatory foods:
durum wheat
whole-grain breads[citation needed]
most vegetable oils
evening primrose oil
borage oil
blackcurrant seed oil
flax/linseed oil
rapeseed or canola oil
hemp oil
soybean oil
cottonseed oil
sunflower seed oil
corn oil
safflower oil
pumpkin seeds
acai berry[citation needed]
pine nuts
spirulina[citation needed]

Do Keep a journal and note when the pain lessens.
Then investigate what you had been doing for 3 days prior to that.

Do lower back exercises: the kind regent women do.

Do lower abdomen breathing: let your abdomen rise
instead of your ribs. It will give room for more
air to process.

Get tested for food sensitivities they are different than food allergies because the effects show up days later.

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