Pain in the Upper Left Thigh?

Answer

Pain in the upper left leg is often caused by pulled muscles or arthritis. When you pull your hamstring or your quadriceps, you will experience pain in the upper portion of your leg. Your quadriceps are in the front of your leg and the hamstring is in the muscle running down the back of your leg. These injuries can cause it to be extremely painful to walk and move. Heat, ice, and anti-inflammatories are used to bring pain relief until the muscle heals.
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