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Pain between thigh and pelvis, left leg hurts in certain positions. Treatment?

Hi, I just got back from a ski trip 3 days ago. I do not remember hurting myself but since the day I came home the region between the top of my thigh and pelvis on my left leg hurts when I move my leg a specific direction. Over the past few days it has gotten worse and more sensitive and now hurts simply by walking? What is wrong?
Asked On : Sat, 30 Mar 2013
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Hi dear
Welcome to the Health care magic.

Dear friend you have just came back from a trip and now you have developed soar thigh and pelvis .Pain is increasing during certain movement.

In my opinion you have developed some muscular problem could be muscular spasm. You should take some rest and some muscle relaxant medicine. You muscle should relax in day or two with this treatment.

If you do not respond to muscle relaxant medicine, then consult some orthopedic surgeon. He will further explore more possibilities.

Hope your query is answered with your satisfaction.

Answered: Sat, 13 Jul 2013
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