Sciatica. Symptoms

Definition of Sciatica
It is the great sciatic nerve neuralgia or sciatica, that slides over the back of the leg, caused by trauma, colds, piriformis syndrome, herniated disc, spinal stenosis, pelvic injury, disorders of the vertebral discs, etc..

Symptoms of Sciatica
* Nerve pain is usually located on one leg.
* If it is bilateral neuralgia can be a disease of the spine: compression of the nerve roots, osteophytes (arthritic tumors), herniated disc, and so on.

Symptoms of Sciatica: Pain
* The pain can be from mild to live and heartbreaking that prevents movement
* Weakness of the affected leg
* Opens in the lumbosacral region, where the nerve originates
* Go down to the buttock, posterior thigh surface, outside of the leg, dorsum of the foot.
* The pain is not always the typical route, as it may be confined to one area of the nerve

What can aggravate the sciatic pain
* The movement
* Coughing or sneezing
* Please be seated or upright
* At night, the sciatic pain is often compounded

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