what causes sciatica
and a number of less common ones. Sciatic pain results from a pinched sciatica nerve. Symptoms are typically felt anywhere from the low back/buttocks to behind the thigh and radiating down below the knee. There may, in many cases, be no pain in the lower back.
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Obviously, the pain can vary considerably. Symptoms may be aggravated by walking or bending at the waist and are often relieved by lying down. The most common definition is "pain running down the back of the leg."
If you have one or more of these symptoms you may have a pinched sciatic nerve. Symptoms can vary from person to person so keep track of what you are feeling in different circumstances and read more of the pages on this site to become better informed.
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