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Can SI joint pain lead to leg pain?

Definitely. Best treated with PRP injections by a doctor who is trained in Hackett pain referral patterns. Read more...
Yes but need more in. We will need more information. You say you are pregnant and this may be related to you symptoms. It depends on the type of leg pain you have. Your physician can clarify this. Read more...
Yes. Yes, SI joint pathology can lead to symptoms that run down the leg. The L5 nerve root runs inverse the anterior aspect of the SI joint and can become inflamed in patients with problems in the SI joint. Don't hesitate to be seen if you are having problems, there are many treatment options out there. Read more...
SI Joint & leg pain. Please think holistically. One body part impacts another, especially in musculo-skeletal situations. Treatment can be holistic also. Please see your doc who may prescribe physical therapy. Then reflect on lifestyle. No exercise or the wrong exercise? Your PT or doc can help guide you in that area. Peace and good health. Tumeric capsules are a good natural anti-inflammatory. Read more...
Yes but. It can, but I'd agree with others. Get checked out by your doctor to see if it is SI joint or other similar problems. Read more...

I've taken crestor for yrs after not tolerating effects of lipitor (atorvastatin). Lately I've had joint pain & leg pain at night. From crestor after all these years?

Possible... It is possible to develop side effects but it is unlikely without some other change. If you started using another medication or supplement that was metabolized by the liver, side effects would be more likely to occur. You can always take a "drug holiday", hold the medicine for 5 days and see if symptoms resolve. If they don't resolve, resume the medication and look elsewhere for the cause. Read more...

How to get rid of joint pain (leg pain) incase of a glomerulonephritis's patient? She cannot walk properly.

Doctor can evaluate. A primary care doctor can evaluate a patients joint pains, and refer to a rheumatologist and/or a physiatrist (pm&r doctor) if needed. Joint pains can be from many causes, such as auto-immune problems, osteoarthritis (due to wear and tear over the years), medication side effects, joint injuries, gout problems, etc... An orthopedic doctor can also help, depending on the type of joint problem. Read more...
Multiple options. I'm assuming your concerned about nsaids with the kidney problem from your question. You can try ice, Lidoderm patches, tens electrical units, physical therapy and not hurt the kidneys. But i don't know the knee diagnosis from your question to be more exact in your specific treatment. I don't know if this is a surgical problem from the information provided. See an orthopaedic surgeon for advice. Read more...

My mom is 50, she has leg pain mainly, in joints, doctors prescribe only pain killers, is there any better treatment for joint pain.?

Arthritis. Painful arthritis can be treated many ways. In mild to moderate cases, people can find relief using oral anti inflammatories, topical pain relievers, injection therapy, rest, ice, and physical therapy. More severe cases may have to be treated with surgical intervention. Read more...