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What causes rash on the upper thighs and muscle pains ?

a couple weeks ago came up with a sizeable rash on upper thigh that quickly turned to a dark dark bruise but it didnt itch , i didnt bump into anything and the bruise became larger, over time it went away but now have another one starting on opposite leg in same spot....have been having all kinds of muscle aches and lots of pain, symptoms of fibromyalgia not sure that the two incidents are related but what about the bruising and rash? im concerned....
Asked On : Mon, 2 Apr 2012
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dear tiffineymiller57, welcome to hcm.
Please ensure that nothing is there in ur pants which is causing such issues. For e.g, a key bunch which u were keeping in that pocket kept on irritating that region and when u started noticing that you changed it to the other side and hence the former one disappeared and latter arised later.
if ur not convinced, kindly consult a dermatologist for an expert opinion.
Answered: Mon, 2 Apr 2012
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