I was wondering for those of you who suffer from AS if before your diagnosis you had problems with your sciatica or the doctors said it was your sciatica? My pain has been on-going for over a month and recurring over many years. Doctors say the pain I am experiencing is due to my sciatic nerve. However, my pain is not only in my legs, hips, and lower back but it is throughout my spine, between my shoulder blades, in my ribs. I have been diagnosed with colitis as well as costochondritiis. Does any of this sound like AS?? Should I just deal with the pain since I have fibromyalgia as well? Any help or insight would be much appreciated.
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