HealthandAge - Comments for "Thigh Pain: Symptoms and Treatment for Thigh Pain" /thigh-pain Comments for "Thigh Pain: Symptoms and Treatment for Thigh Pain" en Thigh Pain: Symptoms and Treatment for Thigh Pain /thigh-pain#comment-1515 <p>I have thigh pain, inner thigh, practically under my leg by the crotch. This only occurs when I try to stand up and can be so severe that I am practically thrown back down into the chair. Sometimes when I get up it grabs so bad that I yell. Once I stand and put weight on the leg and straighten it, it is gone until the next time. I thought it was an L3-4 issue with my back but besides having a terrible back, my doc finds nothing. I got shots in the greater trochanter bursa on both legs and it lessened my problems by about 50 percent but only lasted about two weeks. New hip x-rays yesterday were absolutely normal. My other leg has problems in the same area but of a different nature. </p> <p>Any comments?</p> <p>Thanks.</p> <p>Marilyn</p> pubDate Sat, 08 May 2010 20:24:55 +0200 dc:creator Anonymous guid false comment 1515 at http://www.healthandage.com Thigh Pain: Symptoms and Treatment for Thigh Pain /thigh-pain#comment-1486 <p>Just a follow up to the post below - I didn't properly note how the post order works, the one I was referencing will no longer be #4, but was apparantly written in February concerning a 12/14/09 hip replacement.</p> pubDate Fri, 30 Apr 2010 20:02:39 +0200 dc:creator Anonymous guid false comment 1486 at http://www.healthandage.com Thigh Pain: Symptoms and Treatment for Thigh Pain /thigh-pain#comment-1485 <p>RE: Annon post # 4 on 12/09 hip surgery and post-op tingling/burning thighs - </p> <p>It is late April 2010 as I read this, and am wondering how you are doing with this.<br /> I am approx. 2 1/2 weeks post -op with a hip replacement, and experiencing almost the same as you describe, including waking up in excruciating pain.<br /> These symptoms started for me about 1 1/2 weeks post -op (co-incidentally at a day or two after the cessation of a Celebrex/Lyrica combo prescribed to me for first 7 days post-op), and at first involved the good leg, with a reletively minor level of pain and discomfort that appeared and subsided throughout the day.<br /> After a couple of days of this, the thigh on the operated side was also involved, with a higher degree of discomfort than the non-operated side that first showed symptoms.<br /> Now at 2 1/2 weeks I am waking up with a # 10 level pain in the right thigh, (same side as hip operation) tingling and BURNING in nature, and enough to make me shout out - and I have a pretty high pain tolerance. This subsides as soon as I move to a different position, usually with my legs moved over the edge of the bed. I can immediately walk and further work out the pain - but this is alarming to say the least.<br /> My surgeons office has been notified of all of this, but they don't seem to be alarmed enough to want to see me right away. I have my first full blown follow-up with the surgeon in another 5 days, and I'm sure we will have plenty to discuss! - especially as I will be using this time to further educate myself on this with whatever info I can find.<br /> All of this seems to be consistant with Meralgia Paresthetica - somewhat of a mystery as why on both thigh's, as this is less common from what I've seen on this so far.</p> pubDate Fri, 30 Apr 2010 19:54:34 +0200 dc:creator Anonymous guid false comment 1485 at http://www.healthandage.com Thigh Pain: Symptoms and Treatment for Thigh Pain /thigh-pain#comment-1386 <p>i have the pain from lower hip to thigh muscles only in some particular positions, it will shift from left side of the hip to the right side also. i cant mention the particular point of pain were it was occuring some times it suffers me a lot sometimes it wont</p> pubDate Fri, 16 Apr 2010 14:22:24 +0200 dc:creator Anonymous guid false comment 1386 at http://www.healthandage.com Thigh Pain: Symptoms and Treatment for Thigh Pain /thigh-pain#comment-1278 <p>A bit embarrassing to ask, but could sitting too long on the toilet also cause this condition? Family habit has been to leave magazines in the bathroom. Realize I've spent much too much time reading while "enthroned" and wonder if this could be the cause of my now 3-month pain in the upper outer thigh. Even sleeping now can be painful. Could it be as simple a cause as this? (Oftentimes we overlook what might seem too basic! Thirty years ago my GP father diagnosed a man's back pain as being caused simply by his keeping a very thick wallet in his back pocket. When removed, man healed and experienced no further pain!)</p> pubDate Sat, 20 Mar 2010 21:10:17 +0100 dc:creator Anonymous guid false comment 1278 at http://www.healthandage.com Thigh Pain: Symptoms and Treatment for Thigh Pain /thigh-pain#comment-1162 <p>Does this Thigh Pain and back pain has the similar Symptoms? I don't get thigh pains but I am facing some kind of same symptoms in my back.Does this treatment as same as the thigh pain? Also I want to ask about the long term effect of this type of pains.<br /> Regards,<br /> Indianapolis Hospitals</p> pubDate Sun, 14 Feb 2010 07:44:46 +0100 dc:creator manishaghimire guid false comment 1162 at http://www.healthandage.com Thigh Pain: Symptoms and Treatment for Thigh Pain /thigh-pain#comment-1155 <p>oh my name is chad</p> pubDate Thu, 11 Feb 2010 22:11:36 +0100 dc:creator Anonymous guid false comment 1155 at http://www.healthandage.com Thigh Pain: Symptoms and Treatment for Thigh Pain /thigh-pain#comment-1154 <p>OK i had a total rip replacement in the left hip on dec 14 2009 and now coming up on the 2 month mark i still have a burning sensation and hyper sensitivity in the thigh area ...but every time i tell the doc it burns like someone is lighting it on fire and soft touch hurts like mad .and i wake up screaming in pain he tells me its normal and that the nerves are just firing up ....is this true and why dont they warn you of all these pains before the surgery ?</p> pubDate Thu, 11 Feb 2010 22:10:12 +0100 dc:creator Anonymous guid false comment 1154 at http://www.healthandage.com Thigh Pain: Symptoms and Treatment for Thigh Pain /thigh-pain#comment-646 <p>My husband used to have chronic pain in thigh due to infarction. But everything is ok now.</p> pubDate Tue, 13 Oct 2009 12:15:22 +0200 dc:creator Anonymous guid false comment 646 at http://www.healthandage.com Thigh Pain: Symptoms and Treatment for Thigh Pain /thigh-pain#comment-287 <p>It is normal to expect some muscle ache after exercising, especially if you have not been exercising in some time. Stretching before and after exercise may help to decrease pain as muscles take time to warm up and cool down. As you exercise more and increase your exercise tolerance, you may find that your muscles ache less.</p> pubDate Wed, 16 Sep 2009 19:22:25 +0200 dc:creator JUN guid false comment 287 at http://www.healthandage.com