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  Reply # 663045 27-Jul-2012 17:56
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As I said, I am just trying anything I can think of that has changed since I noticed the 'cramp' in the leg (Feb - same time as new job) which then developed into soreness in the groin (mid May).

Bed was changed in mid March

I'd rather not get a new bed if I can help it ($ is tight) so trying to avoid that path.


Can understand why I am sore and why sitting all day is bad, but I am confused as to HOW or WHY NOW after years of sitting on my backside either at work (2006 I started office work) or years of sitting on my backside after work 'relaxing'.

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  Reply # 663156 28-Jul-2012 02:06
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Sciatica??

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 663820 30-Jul-2012 09:07
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Changed beds over the weekend to a spare single.
I don't think my issue is with the bed at all ... (unless 3 days is not enough time for the body to adjust)

Back to the drawing board and to try and get another doctors appointment

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  Reply # 663898 30-Jul-2012 11:13
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Spoke to my podiatrist this morning and he was leaning towards Sciatica but obviously without seeeing you would not really say but he did suggest not walking(as in your exercise/ walk to and from work) for 2 or 3 days to see if this made a differance



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  Reply # 663919 30-Jul-2012 11:57
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sleepy: Spoke to my podiatrist this morning and he was leaning towards Sciatica but obviously without seeeing you would not really say but he did suggest not walking(as in your exercise/ walk to and from work) for 2 or 3 days to see if this made a differance


Interesting, its actually very hard to be a 'lazy person' on the weeks I start at 7.30 and 8.30, as I am able to park a good distance from work on a free park and have the time to walk to work. During the hour lunch time I wouldn't have a clue what to do with myself if I didn't head out for a walk and the dogs will 'murder' me if I ignored them and didn't take for a walk.

Slightly easier on the weeks I start 9.30am (every third week) as if I leave home late I generally park in a car park building just behind work, and in winter it is dark enough to not take the dogs for a walk -- lunch time would be the biggest issue.

Being lazy is completely anti everything I have been told so far.



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  Reply # 666235 2-Aug-2012 14:16
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Heading to the podiatrist this afternoon, am hoping that comes up with something as since the weekend I have found out more about what specifically causes the pain (i.e. the movements I must make in order to hurt)



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  Reply # 666702 3-Aug-2012 08:37
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Podiatrist didn't have the expertise to treat groin, but followed Osteopaths advice of stretching due to muscles from waist/hips to knees being far too tight and not relaxing; possible issue of the introduction of hill walking into daily routine has shocked muscles.



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