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Not sure if this is the right section but after doing a workout in which I focused on the upperbody, I went for a jog to cool down. After about 15 seconds I started to feel a pain around my Gluteus Medius & Gluteus Minimus* area on the left side all the way to the back of my left knee and could no longer run. Anybody experienced this before/know what it is/treatments? Thank you in advance

*I have no idea about biology so this is just a rough guess.
Its anatomy and not biology ftr.

Can you describe the pain? dull/sharp, muscular/nerve, intermittant/constant, does it only start with exercise, does it go away when you stop?


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43% carb
31% protein
26% fat

Should I keep the carbs lower?

Also I had this chest pain whilst running (and continued on for some time after), it was at the top of the left pec, below the collarbone, across most of the pec. I also had a brief moment of pain/discomfort in my left arm (the pain was near the bicep then discomfort came and I think I had a panic attack) which I think was caused from anxiety/panic from the chest pain. Do you guys know what the pain in my chest could have been, it was like a sharp, but also kinda dull pain, constantly. I am going to the doctors for something else and will bring it up but this is over a week away.

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Can you describe the pain? dull/sharp, muscular/nerve, intermittant/constant, does it only start with exercise, does it go away when you stop?
Sharp, nerve, constant and it only happens when I run/jog. Walking feels fine. It goes away a few seconds after I stop. Also it seems to be a sharp pain in a line not a whole area. Imagine someone digging a pen at the bottom of your back all the way in a straight line to the bottom of your buttock.
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Sharp, nerve, constant and it only happens when I run/jog. Walking feels fine. It goes away a few seconds after I stop. Also it seems to be a sharp pain in a line not a whole area. Imagine someone digging a pen at the bottom of your back all the way in a straight line to the bottom of your buttock.
Since you're absolutely clueless about most things, this is no surprise. I'll enlighten you with an e- diagnosis from the symptoms you described: sciatica.
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Sciatica generally presents with pain radiating down the back of the thigh and lower leg. Could be piriformis syndrome which causes similar symptoms, but the cause is different than sciatica (in terms of whats considered 'true' sciatica). I'm assuming that you're a relatively young bloke? In which case most of the causes of sciatica don't fit (ie lumbar disc herniation, disc degeneration, spondylolisthesis, stenosis of the spinal canal etc) but piriforimis syndrome is a more likely cause.


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Sciatica generally presents with pain radiating down the back of the thigh and lower leg. Could be piriformis syndrome which causes similar symptoms, but the cause is different than sciatica (in terms of whats considered 'true' sciatica). I'm assuming that you're a relatively young bloke? In which case most of the causes of sciatica don't fit (ie lumbar disc herniation, disc degeneration, spondylolisthesis, stenosis of the spinal canal etc) but piriforimis syndrome is a more likely cause.
I know this isn't directed towards me, but I speak from experience with sciatica. It was first misdiagnosed as piriformis syndrome although I described a "shooting" pain from the left side of my lower back to right at the top of my hamstring. I specifically mentioned that the most it hurt was when I got out of bed in the morning and stood up until I got an MRI with contrast ordered. The sciatica was in plain sight. I got 3 injections in my discs until I experienced any relief. I was 21 when I was diagnosed with sciatica.
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As i said, piriformis syndrome, is pretty much the same as sciatica as it affects the sciatic nerve but you treat it differently. As in your case, the causation of the pain was due to your discs, but based on his symptoms (ie hurting when running) and his age i'd put it down to that. Doctors tend to not focus on things like a 21 year old having problems with their discs, its not that common. Having said that it still happens, as you can obviously attest to.


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As i said, piriformis syndrome, is pretty much the same as sciatica as it affects the sciatic nerve but you treat it differently. As in your case, the causation of the pain was due to your discs, but based on his symptoms (ie hurting when running) and his age i'd put it down to that. Doctors tend to not focus on things like a 21 year old having problems with their discs, its not that common. Having said that it still happens, as you can obviously attest to.
Don't get me wrong, I definitely see where you're coming from. I used to be an avid runner. Seventy miles a week was the norm for my first three years in the military (sans deployment). I was on a distance run when all of a sudden something popped up out of nowhere and I could not de-contract my left buttock without experiencing extremely sharp pain. Like I said, I was 21 at the time, but have been extremely active and outdoorsy all of my life.

His symptoms were extremely similar to mine starting out, but the treatment for the piriformis syndrome actually worsened it. Snowman, if you get it checked out ask them to rule out disc compression before you are treated for tightening of the nerve due to compression by the piriformis. If you are prescribed Prednisone off the bat, request something else.
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What's everyone's opinion on 'roids? Been working out for a year.. personally just wanna take the next step, think it's a good idea?

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