A lot of people suffer from sciatica pain which is pain along the sciatic nerve, which runs from the lower back, down the buttock and down the back of your legs. I have suffered from it for some years. After my first spinal surgery, it went altogether but over the last twelve months, it has come back and is a lot more painful than last time.
However, it could also be a number of other problems that also cause pain down the leg. As well as the pain in sciatica you could also have numbness, tingling and burning/prickling. You can have a shooting pain or a constant pain with the worst pain in the leg and which gets worse when you are sitting.
Other problems that can cause pain down your leg are joint problems, such as arthritis or sacroiliac joint dysfunction. It could also be a lumbar herniated disc…
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