im sorry this is so long but this is my history for years... I have had very back back pain for as long as i can remember im 25 years old even since before i got pregnant on my first child 5 1/2 years ago, i couldnt stand for more than 10 min in the same spot that id me holding my back and id be rubbing it roughly to ease the pain but it wouldnt ease when i was pregnant the second time 3 1/2 years ago i was in pain from the start of my pregnancy and my maternity hospital ended up sending me for physio when i was 6 months pregnant and i needed to wear a belt to hold my pelvic bones together and then i suffered very bad with pains all over my legs (cronic pain) and i kept insisting to my doctor that i had arteritis but he kept telling me i am to young to have it but he perscribed me tablets for arteritis!. but now i still have back pain and leg pain but right leg is always worse than the left and know i have it in my arm, neck and shoulder but its the right side off my body that gets it really bad i have the pains now 4 weeks none stop im struggling trying to get up and down the stairs im having sleeping problems well i just always want to sleep. i got an x-ray last year on my stomach an i was told in january that everything was alright with the stomach but i have a slight curve in my spine but i was never told what size it was or anything about it but im still awaiting another x-rays on lumbar and thoracic ive to get blood test done to test bone frofile,renal profile, liver frofile, FBC/DIFF AND ESR i dont know what any of these are for (im also attending a urolgy clinic aswell cause im going the toilet alot more for the past few months) i would like to know if you could give me any information or even your oppinion on what to expect im really worrying myself thinking about the spinal xray cause it is really affecting my life im in pain all the time its that bad that i never have the energy to play with my children thank you. Donna
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