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    Help me please

    I am at my wits end
    Hello,

    I am so upset no one can help me. For the past 7 months I have had a pain that I canít get diagnosed. I had 2 ultrasounds and it showed nothing

    The pain is in the left thigh. The only way I can create the pain is

    If I lie on my back
    And spread my legs apart but like a butterfly so if my knees are bent feet on floor and spread my legs my left inner thigh has an excruciating pain. I also feel a clicking in my thigh as I do this , I can stop the pain if I sit up however then I can spread my legs pain free but as soon as I like down itís very painful I believe this area is called adductor?


    Along with this I have lower back pain when I bend over and also I have heavy legs sensation

    However the thigh pain is terrible

    Any help would really be appreciated


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    Re: Help me please

    Hey, did you try consulting a physiotherapist? I also had pain in my adductor and back pain, but I effectively reduced it with the help of physiotherapy. Sitting for a long time in the chair and continuously working on the computer gave me this back and adductor pain. I remember those horrible days when I couldn't walk or sit properly; I tried different medicines, but they only helped relieve the pain temporarily. Later, my brother suggested a physiotherapist he knew, and physio-therapeutic treatment enabled me to ease the pain. I think a physiotherapist can identify your issues and fix the best kind of physiotherapy for you. If you are OK with this, try this.




 
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