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Is scatica the definition of pinched nerve?
Would a chiropractor help relieve pain from scatica?
Are anti-inflmatory pills suppose to stop this pain?
Are there any new developments on helping with scatica pain?
Are there many suicides because one can't tolerate the pain anymore? I could see this as being high. This pain is very discouraging in wanting to live.
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