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Sore muscles

Well after being a couch potato for quite a while I decided I need to lose a few pounds, I used to do a lot of 'power walking' and I was very fit. Anyway I digres... so I have been for the last 2 weeks starting off doing some walking, regular pace ,with in 2 days of starting walking., my right side hip area muscles started to hurt.. a bit like sciatica, so it may be a nerve pressure .Heres the big question I know you are waiting with baited breath to hear ..... what can I put on it to stop it hurting .....I hear there are these ointments you can use  now to save chomping on pain killers .any ideas out there , I hope it stops as soon as my body gets used to this new 'assault'
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535822 tn?1443980380
okay well I guess no one is here , or maybe M4 is asleep ..wake up.....I have cured myself ...my aches and pains have gone ..thanks for your help ..............
1042487 tn?1275283499
It is normal to have sore muscle after exercising when you have not exercised for a while. Personally I think the best cream is Voltaren, it's better than any other creams for muscle pain. Massage or self-massage too is effective.

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