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Burning sensation in left thigh radiating to groin and gluteal area, no relief with Neurobion. Advice?

Hello, Hi i am 28 years old, from past three days, i started burning sensation in left thigh as the day progressed burning sensation radiating to left groin area and gluteal area.....i had been to local physician he prescribed neurobion forte once a day with one painkiller.... and my discomfort continues pls help me ......
Asked On : Tue, 16 Oct 2012
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Thank you for the query.

If you do not have any pain in this region, no pain when urinating, no pain radiating from the back, no bruise in this area you probably do suffer from symptoms caused by this region nerves compression (probably some skin branch of genitofemoral nerve). Such diseases can be caused by pelvis muscles that compress some nerves due to longterm sitting position. In some cases tight underwear can cause such condition as well.
You may try to change your underwear or sitting position and see if this will bring some relief. You can also try some OTC Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory.

Hope this will help.
Answered: Thu, 18 Oct 2012
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