A 32 years year old male asked:
3 years ago
I experience severe pain when sitting, especially when I drive, but always when I sit. The pain starts in my left buttocks and then thigh. It hardly takes up to 1 minute after sitting for the effects to kick in. Soon, my left chest area begins to hurt, my heart palpitates, my head aches and I can barely concentrate at work. Sometimes the pain gets so bad that I am pushed to tears, in private. I have tried everything. I have done an ECG twice and it is been reported my heart is very okay. Although I do have slow heart rate but the doctors say it is not an issue. I have been told to exercise. I tried that but it doesn't reduce the pain. I feel good while I exercise and 30 minutes after I exercise. After that, it is back to the pains. I have lost a lot of weight, I worry more than I used to and it is affecting my relationship. I get easily irritated and frustrated. I also get numbness in my ankles and sometimes it almost feels like I can barely support my weight. Often I get pains in the waste and back and once in a blue moon I have problems standing properly. I have moments when I can actually feel my heart beat very slow and getting tired too easily is now an everyday thing for me. I believe this has also affected my sex life as I cannot perform optimally.That's all the details I know for now. What exactly is wrong with me?