... have intermittent claudacation but I think it has to be more than that they say it gets,better with rest mine doesn't my pain is so bad I just wanna die, I am 37 and before this happened I was going to the gym every day and was active I don't know what to do I was sent to pain management where the doctor tells me I shouldn't be in any kind of pain at all I just wanna crawl in a corner and die no-one believes the pain that I go through,please is there any one else out that that has this and it causes them severe pain???
That is a real prize. A pain management dr who doesn't believe a patient in pain. Tell him he needs to find another specialty, and find a new dr. I have severe pain in my legs from fibromyalgia and I know it can almost drop you sometimes, and mine gets worse with rest. Early on I was told I couldn't have pain because there was no physical reason for it. I told the dr off and never saw him again. The first principle of pain management is "you can't judge another's pain".
There are two medications that can help you, trental and pletal.
Pain is the major sign of ic and there are severe cases like yours. Learn all about it and what you can do for yourself too.
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