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    I have a headache, leg/muscle cramps/tenderness (ESPECIALLY in my lower back), nausea, my nerves just feel out of kilter. For a few days leading up to this, i was getting tingly/twitchy sensations in my back. It's like, if you've ever had that really painfull, sudden onset cramp where you can't move your leg/foot until it passes, but it only lasts for a matter of seconds? Well it's like the afterthought feeling that you get in your nerves and muscles after a particulary bad cramp. Only it wont go away! I'm not sure if any of that made much sense
    Are there any med students that have any ideas? Or anyone!
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    could be anything from kidney/bladder infection to period pains (if you're a male... sorry).
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    Here mate, see a doctor.
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    I'm a girl, i'm not on my period.
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    preganancy..? virus? could be anything really, best to get a blood test done and rule somethings out.
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    Sciatica? Are you obese? (no offence)

    I would deffo go to see your GP!
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    (Original post by hannahradford)
    Sciatica? Are you obese? (no offence)

    I would deffo go to see your GP!

    Nope - pretty skinny actually. Is sciatica caused by being overweight?
    I feel a bit better today, but i have an app. on Friday.
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    Nope - pretty skinny actually. Is sciatica caused by being overweight?
    I feel a bit better today, but i have an app. on Friday.

    Sciatica can be caused by obesity - but it's not the only cause.
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    Here mate, see a doctor.
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