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Take a week off from running to rest your muscles. Then reduce your running and go slower. Do stretches for your quads, hips, and knees. Here are the ones I do. Be sure you run heavy/light, i.e. follow each run with a light w
Treatment may be dependant on cause. If this rash is in the groin (the folds of the skin) it may be due to costant wetness. In that case use powder and hydrocortisone. If it is down on the dry areas of skin, use lubricants an
Sudden onset of outer upper thigh pain?  Hmmm . . . more medical history would help.  Age...)? A good number of musculoskeletal conditions could present as outer upper thigh pain.  A tight iliotibial...
.  Unfortunately, there's not enough information for me to give you much help.  If the pain continues...
. I recommend gentle icing, resting and elevation. Once the pain decreases, try some gentle hip-opening...
I'm not a clinician, so it would not be appropriate for me to answer this -- have you seen a doctor?
Hi!   I thought you would like to know that you are not alone with having severe thigh pain...? They may help- but please be VERY gentle.  Most likely you have pain in your thighs...
Two possibilities come to mind immediately, either an infection of a hair follicle (especially common if you shave in that area) known as folliculitis, or a swollen lymph node (or gland) representing (sexually transmitted) in
since the condition has existed for six months and is slowly progressing. However, you mentioned there is also pain...
. However, you mentioned there is also pain, and if the two symptoms are related, you might have an injury that is putting...

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Symptoms ... your hip. Rarely, you may have pain in other areas, such as the thighs, buttocks, knees, and ankles. In most cases, pain will be ... » Read on
Symptoms ... Period pain can sometimes spread to your lower back and your thighs. You may also notice that the pain you experience varies ... » Read on