I have been having serious lower back pain, and every doctor I have seen had told me that I might have Sciatic Nerve Damage/Pinched Nerve... I have this horrible pain that goes though my lower back, down my left leg and to my toes... I can't do anything without being in pain... I am in 24/7 pain and I just don't know what to do anymore... I am tired of the pain, I am even at the point of forking out what ever money I need to have surgery done just so I can be out of pain... I have been in this pain for almost 6-7 months... And I am sick of it... I want it to just go away... Can anyone help me or suggest what to do... I have tried everything, home remedies... going to doctors... self physical therapy... Doing my normal daily activities, taking a nice long shower...
Nothing is helping.... And I really REALLY want this to just go away... I am only 20... I am to young to be going though this Please SOMEONE help meView Thread
Thank you Dave, I am trying to keep a positive attitude but its becoming very hard, its affecting my relationship with my future husband, and myself mentally. Every time I try to talk about it, I end up breaking down into tears because its just so difficult. I plan on calling a local university program to see about getting with a spinal orthopedic surgeon or a spinal neurosurgeon on my next day off from work. That way I can be fully diagnosed with what I have, and if I will need to find another job that wont require me to strain my back as bad as that one I have now. One of the Doctors I have seen told me she could refer me to pain management and physical therapy once I had insurance.
I will look over the websites you posted and see if I will be able to figure out what is going on, for when I do get seen again
Looking up Degenerative Disc Disease, Which my Mother has come to find out she has; after going though doctors for 22 1/2 years of lower back pain, Everything that is says here on WebMD sounds like what EXACTLY what I am going though... But I am scared because now my mother is having surgery to have two of her spinal discs fused together, that I may be having to have the same surgery... I am hoping that what I am going though is different but reading that here on WebMD... I am not so sure anymore...View Thread