Does anyone have experienced pain in left lower abdomin (abdomen) after doing apps in gym
I'm experiencing this pain just after i'm done with apps in gym. Its like hell to me, the pain is like squeezing my muscle
I'm not able to sit at that moment, my gym coach asked me to do some body massaging kinda and its get relaxed after some time
can anyone tell me is this pain common in workouts or else do i need to consult doctor ??
I developed pain in both calves after surgery for a torn meniscus on my right knee. The surgery was successfully, but eventually the pain behind the upper calves began and (5 months after surgery) its gotten worse.
It feels like a cramp and its worse after sitting: I have pain and stiffness when I get up and walk with a noticeable limp. I can't run and I I've noticed a strange pain when I try to lift my leg up and pull it back - the same movement when you run, as your heel comes up toward your butt.
I don't even know what type of Dr to see for this - any suggestions?
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