I fell last Sept., landing on my hands and knees. Pain shot up my thigh into my groin and hip. The pain continues to be severe at times in the exact same area, especially at night when trying to turn over in bed. It feels as if the bone is coming apart. At the time of my fall my doctor did not order xrays because I was not limping. He felt I had pulled a groin muscle. Would a pulled muscle last this long and be this severe?
You should consult an orthopedic physician and go in for x-rays to diagnose any trauma due to the fall.The pain could be due to muscle strain or nerve entrappment, injury.Consult a physiotherapist for pain management.Yoga and back exercises will help easing the pain.
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