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Pain in backs of thighs and hips?

Pain in backs of thighs and hips?

You might want to : Re-ask with a little bit more information. Did the pain of things & hips occur directly after knee replacement surgery. Is is accompanied by other symptoms? ...Read more

Thigh Pain (Definition)

The thigh is the upper part of your lower extremity between your hip and knee. Any pain within this region could be considered thigh pain. Possible diagnosis include fractures, stress fractures, muscle contusions or strains, referred pain from the back and hip to ...Read more


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Severe pain in back of thigh especially while standing still?

Severe pain in back of thigh especially while standing still?

Sounds like: A pulled or strained muscle. Try gentle stretching. Ibuprofen or aleve (naproxen) and ice or heat whichever feels the best. If not better you will need an eval and might benefit from physical therapy. ...Read more

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Dull ache in calf only comes a few times a day...Also feeling like butt is bruised causing pain down back of thighs?

Dull ache in calf only comes a few times a day...Also feeling like butt is bruised causing pain down back of thighs?

Hamstring: The muscles that allow your heel to lift up and touch your buttock attach almost at the level of your belt. That muscle if tight and inflammed with cause aching all the way down to the upper calf. ...Read more

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Can sciatica cause cramp like pain in back of thigh when getting up or straighten my back up get pains in thigh calf and butt?

Yes: That is exactly what it can do. Recommend stretch and exercise to see if it improves. If not then see a spine specialist to evaluate your options for treatments. ...Read more

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I have pain in back of thigh mainly on movement no swelling or heat would u have pain in back of thigh with dvt?

I have pain in back of thigh mainly on movement no swelling or heat would u have pain in back of thigh with dvt?

Leg pain: Yes it is possible to have pain as described with DVT there are many other possible causes, get more help/advice by in person or on line formal consultation ...Read more

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Pain in left shoulder blade, fatty stool, pain under left rib cage that goes around to back and pain in back of thighs and have period. Related?

Pain in left shoulder blade, fatty stool,  pain under left rib cage that goes around to back and pain in back of thighs and have period. Related?

Stm shldr, thgh pain: May be but more likely2 processes. Shoulder left rib pain could be from stomach , gastritis with or without H pylori, food intolerance ( fatty stool) or pancreas which is also associated with fatty stool . Check h pylori and lipase/ amylase. Rarely diverticulitis though usually that is lower abd .Thigh pain could be sequela of abd dysfx or related to period. f/u/ w/ doc ...Read more

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I have swollen glands in groin. And thigh pain in back of thigh. I sit a lot and walk a lot at work. No redness just dull achy pain. ?

I have swollen glands in groin. And thigh pain in back of thigh. I sit a lot and walk a lot at work. No redness just dull achy pain. 
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Just a thought: Infection of the FEET (infected between toes ) are the most common reason for one sided swollen glands!
Take a look! This would have nothing to do with walking or sitting...
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Dr Z ...Read more

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Pain around back upper thigh area sometimes goes towards the inside of my leg. No redness seen or swelling. I have varicose veins. Could this be DVT?

Not likely: A DVT usually is in the medial portiion of the thigh. The upper back part of the thigh usually is more muscular and may hurt from muscular injury. Are you a runner or athlete of some sort? See your doctor tomorrow to be sure but this would be a very unusual place to occur. if the pain is not continuous toward the inner aspect of the leg. ...Read more

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40M Since yesterday pain in back of thigh above knee for no reason. 2nd Google result says DVT/blood clot. No redness, swelling, risk factors. Strain?

Thigh pain: Your description is nonspecific. Possibilities include simple muscle strain, baker's cyst, contusion or phlebitis. There may be no redness or obvious swelling with any of these, but tenderness is usually present with phlebitis. If discomfort persists visit a hospital emergency room where examination by a physician and appropriate testing like an ultrasound is readily available. ...Read more

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Extreme back neck pain, lower back pain, thighs, legs pain, tiny blood after sex once i cum. Left ovary pain. What is caused? Ultrasound can't see

Pelvic congestion: This can be related to pelvic congestion syndrome. In this condition you develop varicose varicose veins in the pelvis involving the ovarian veins. It's more common on the left side. Usually the pain is worse when you're upright for a long time, and gets better when you lay down. There is also pain during intercourse and orgasm. Consult with your obgyn. ...Read more

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Sharp pain in back of thigh radiating down leg. Now swollen and can't put any weight on it. Have back problems and fibromyalgia. What could this be?

Sharp pain in back of thigh radiating down leg. Now swollen and can't put any weight on it. Have back problems and fibromyalgia. What could this be?

Few problems : Sharp pain radiating along the back of the thigh may be caused by a "pinched nerve" involving the sciatic nerve or lumbosacral nerve roots. This may be directly related to your back problem. Swelling & not having difficulty putting weight on your leg may be related to the same or a different condition. See a doctor asap to sort these out so you may get the proper treatment. ...Read more

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What are ways to help severe nerve pain down back of right thigh?

What are ways to help severe nerve pain down back of right thigh?

Physical therapy: It sounds like you are having radiating pain down the back of the right thigh. This may be the result of a "pinched nerve" or radiculopathy. The general measures used first are conservative treatments like mild pain medications, non-steroidal anti-inflammatory agents, physical therapy. If it does not improve, your doctor may order an MRI scan to evaluate for possible herniated disc as the cause. ...Read more