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Have groin pain radiating thigh, knee, was immobile. Did x-ray suggesting hip arthritis. Had felt groin pain exercising

I have had groin pain radiating to my right thigh, outer leg to the knee and at times to the ankle i was immoble for 3 days 2 years ago, my dr did an xray and he feels it arthritis in my hip i do not have any hip pain he is treating me for the same
2 years ago i was on a exercise equipment where you hold on in fromt of you and bring both your feet outward as far as you can go, i did it too far and felt pain in the groin i was fine 3 months later this started i also at times hear a click in the groin,,cant walk far if i do it hurts and it feels like my thigh is swelling
Asked On : Tue, 16 Apr 2013
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Your pain in knee could be due to hip problem, as pain will be felt in other areas due to similar nerve supply.
You need to get X-ray of hip region to know stage of arthritis , consult a orthopedist for complete evaluation and management.
You may need physiotherapy exercise to strengthen your thigh muscles.

Take care

Dr. Vidya
Answered: Fri, 28 Jun 2013
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