Constant Upper Thigh Leg Pain?

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Constant upper thigh leg pain can be a symptom caused by many conditions. It can be a sign of a muscle spasm, hamstring pull,arthritis, and sciatica. A home remedy to help alleviate constant upper thigh leg pain can be the use of a heating pad or ice with ibuprofen. If the pain does not go away after a couple of days of home treatment, a doctor should be consulted. A MRI or ultrasound may be performed to check for any specific issues.
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According to their reference material "Thigh Pain, Sportsinjuryclinic.net, a popular resource for sports injury professionals, upper leg pain can be caused by any number of problems
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The most common cause is a deep bruise or "charley horse" (what doctors call an ecchymosis) It usually heals within a week or two, often feeling a little better each day
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I have no idea what the cause of the pain radiating down the back of YOUR upper leg is. One would have to take a history, examine you, and probably review some imaging to answer that
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You are probably tearing some of the muscle to give you that pain. The proper way of doing splits involves freeing up the tendons and the splits will be a natural for you. They are
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Charley Horse
Charley horse is another name for a muscle spasm. Charley horses can occur in virtually any muscle, but they are most common in the legs. These spasms are marked by extremely uncomfortable muscle contractions. The muscles don’t relax for several seconds or more, and the pain can be severe. Charley horses are generally treatable at home, especially if they are infrequent. However, frequent muscle spasms are often linked to underlying health conditions that need medical treatment. More »
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