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Old 04-26-2008   #11
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Listen to this guy

Originally Posted by BastrdSonOfElvis View Post
It's actually the sciatic nerve or the sacral plexus that forms the nerve as it exits your lower back. The hip pads might be the culprit, but more often it's the position of your backband. Tweek these and you may partially alleviate the issue.
Which artery runs down your hips? Arteries run next to bone like the inside of your femur. (Sorry for lesson) It's the sciatic nerve common in tall people, I'm 6'2. It's probably time for a bigger boat.

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