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Episode of sharp, deep pain in the inner thigh similar to a cramp leaving a painful bruise. What could it be?

While simply standing a very deep and sharp pain was felt in my inner thigh. The pain was localized, sort of like a long needle was forcibly plunged into my leg and then removed. The pain took awhile to subside, and in some forms reminded me of a leg cramp that has to work its self out. The only problem is now I am left with a deep painful bruise where the pain occurred, and I never bruise when I do get leg cramps (which is often)
Asked On : Fri, 20 Jul 2012
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Dear friend, welcome to HCM>
if there is a bruise after pain in the thigh, it needs evaluation.
how big is it?
are you on any blood thinners?
is there swelling below / leg edema/swelling?
is it growing?
did you notice something more abnormal?
pl. revert with more details and may be able to help you.
else pl. see your doc in person and get ckecked.
take care.
pl. keep me posted .
Answered: Fri, 20 Jul 2012
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