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Hello all. All the doctors and clinicians that I've seen have been quick to look at my MRI pic and tell me that I have two bulging discs.
What no one has been able to specifically tell me or provide guidance/insight, is to why when I sit the pain will travel down to the end of my tailbone and is on the left side. It feels as if when I sit, that left side (right above the buttocks where it meets the lower back) is being pushed up (like a roll up door). The longer I sit the greater the pain becomes and if I sit for a significant time the horrible pain will linger with me even after I get up. When I get up from sitting there is a jolt like sensation as if something is pushing back once I rise from sitting.
I feel as if something is being "missed". Doctors/clinicians are quick to simply look at my MRI pic and all they say is that I have two bulging discs without doing any further comprehensive evaluation/investigation.
Does anybody have any guidance or insights that can help me? Thank you for your time.
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