At the beginning of my runs, I am experiencing very sharp pain in my pelvic area. If I continue to push through the pain, it eventually eases to a tolerable level. I jumped over a steam during my last golf round, and experienced a very severe sharp pain in the same area. I don't notice any pain when I am walking. Is this a symptom that is cause for great concern? What possible issues does this indicate?
See your doctor and likely a physical therapist afterwards. I pulled a lower ab muscle called the psoas a few years ago and had similar symptoms. Once I understood the problem and started specific exercises the pain went away and I was able to resume all activities. Good luck.
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