Tired of the pain.

by Jeanne
(Frankfort IL)

Pain started one night in right lower back and radiated to the side. I was unable to pin point the exact location of the pain but felt it was just inside the pelvic bone (not hip) but could not explain it any other way than a hip problem. When I saw the diagram for this Iliopsoas, a lightbulb went on because this is where I'd describe the location of the pain! I have had this for over a month. It often wakes me up in the middle of the night to where I am so uncomfortable that I have to get up, walk around, take something and sleep on the couch the rest of the night. Hoping this is the answer.

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