Hi, i have a similar pain in my left leg when driving etc. The pain orriginated from when i strined my back through heavy lifting. I have spoken to a friend who is a physio. She says that it is most likely a slipped disc that has effected the syatic nerve. In 90% of cases it clears itself up in 4-6 weeks but if you've had it longer you may need to see your GP and go for a scan.
good luck

Posted By Peter on March 27, 2006 at 07:30:49:

In Reply to: syatic nerve to heal pain posted by harry steven on March 04, 2004 at 21:08:18:

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