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Pubic pain

Ok so I know this is really bad but I was protecting myself from getting severly hurt, we had a really bad storm that was producing hail and possible tornado and I was scared and coming home from work. I tried running from my car to the house which is like 1000 feet or more, it more or less turned into a really fast walk. Needless to say now I have really bad pubic pain and can barely walk with out almost dropping to the ground... any suggestions or ideas what it could be or what I should do?
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If you are unsure the best thing to do is call l&d and talk to a nurse..
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I went through a similar situation a couple weeks ago, only it was chasing after my toddler in a parking loy after some dbag left the gate to the park open. The pain the next day was crazy! There isn't much you can do but stretch and take Tylenol. It's because the hormones in your body are relaxing your ligaments in your pelvis so now since you ran they are overworked and sore. It will get better in a couple days just take it easy :)
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Yes it's just your ligaments getting overworked so now your tender it happens to me all time I had to do physio for it maybe see can you get a referral they show you exercise to do when you feel tender or sore so your joints don't get too stiff from being afraid to move with pain! Excercise ball is good for rolling hips
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