Hi I'm a 23 year old female I have 3 little ones and am currently pregnant my youngest is a five month old and since I've had her I've had terrible lower back pain along with stiffness. I thought nothing of it at first then when I would breast feed her I would get stinging sensations under my armpit. After I had my daughter I never fully recuperated do To the stress of my relationship prior to and after my pregnancy as well as sitting in the hospital with my new born not knowing what was wron with her. Looking back I realize that maybe I could have been suffering from both stress and depression. However January came along and I started to get this throbbing in my right upper thigh and went to the er where the did an X-ray and discovered a lesion in my bone which the er doctor said was most likely benign and referred me to an orthopedic doctor after arriving to my appt the ortho immediately told me it was benign and sent me on my way I've been to the er about literally about 20 times between jan and now. I've been toView Thread
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