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Experiencing strain in both thighs and butt area. Muscles tight and unable to walk properly. Cause?

Currently in my late 20s, and i am experiencing bad strain of muscles on both my thighs and my butt area, and i have no idea why. At the start i thought that exercising without proper stretching might have caused it, but doing a number of physio shows no results, and my muscles got more tight and i am unable to walk up right. i have tilt my body slightly forward to release the pain. And now my lower back have like similar pain till i have problem waking up in the morning.
Asked On : Sat, 16 Jun 2012
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Physical Therapist or Physiotherapist 's  Response
Hello there,
welcome to health care magic forum,
As per your complaints this could be a cause of two reasons. either due to your poor postural habits or vitamin/calcium/mineral deficiency... Since you have already consulted physio you should take multi vitamin along with calcium+vit-D in tablet form as well as from natural diet.... Jogging/ brisk walk followed by gentle warm up exercises in early morning (during sunrise only) sun light gives you amazing results.....
wish you a good and fit health soon....
Answered: Sat, 16 Jun 2012
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  Anonymous's Response
Hello Dear and thanks for questioning.

Your problem is more likely to be related with spine and you should consult your nearest orthopedics. The other cause might be lower S. Calcium Level but it was not occur at the age of 20. The pain and morning stiffness are the symptoms related to RA. For this I needs your some history like

Have you undergone fever for a long time more likely at the age of 13-15? Is your pain continuous?Have history of any trauma?Family History?

Please reply me or get your nearby ortho consultation.


Dr. Dinesh
Answered: Sat, 16 Jun 2012
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