I don't know if this will help anyone but... I have had pain in the middle of my left sensoredock for about a year. It stays on my left side and sometimes radiates in the back of my left thigh. I also have on and off low back pain. That pain I can deal with. The sensoredock pain can be very sharp and spasm like to a dull agitating ache almost numb. It rarely discipates. My X-rays and MRI was fine. I recently went to a orthopedic surgeon who believes I have sacroilliac joint dysfunction or possibly piriformis sydrome. Does anyone know the difference between these two. They are so closely related. I think my orthopedic doctor said that with piriformis the pain usually goes farther down the leg than with sacroilliac joint but I've read that pain radiates all the way down the leg in both. If any of this sounds familiar you should all look into these.

Posted By Penny on June 27, 2004 at 20:09:57:

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