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Nerve/Muscle pain

Hello, Last week while playing football, I pulled a muscle close to my thigh and upper groin (right side). Im not too sure if its just a muscle pain or Ive pulled a nerve or something else. There is no swelling around the region, only while stretching my leg I feel the pain. I can run using small steps on a medium pace but I Cannot sprint. Went through google and it gave me drastic answers! Would it be recommended to see a doctor personally for this or could be just fatigue.
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Dr. Divya Ahuja Mumbai | Orthopedic Surgeon
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Its most likely a Groin Pull or Adductor pull. The only way to be sure is to get examined by an Orthopedic surgeon. What it needs is some rest, physiotherapy, stretching exercises and gradual resumption of sporting activity
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Dr. Priyanka Bhati Faridabad | Physiotherapist
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Dear friend

You definitely definitely needs to see a good orthopaedic doctor.

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See google is not an efficient HCP so donot put the contents into your brain plz get it assessed and in mean while try applying liitle ice for 5-8mins and and donot over stretch the muscle allow some rest!
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Dr. Chirag Dalal Mumbai | Orthopedic Surgeon
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Seems like a pulled muscle. Avoid activities like running, squatting, sitting cross-legged, jumping for 3 weeks. Do ice pack application. Consult an orthopedic for evaluation. May need MRI.
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Dr. Vishwas Virmani Noida | Physiotherapist
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Apply ice pack over the painful region,and for a week avoid running. Avoid Squatting, Avoid sitting Cross legged.
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Dr. Shashin Dewangan NYPT Mumbai | Sports and Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist
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1. Visit M.S.Ramaiha Medical Hospital. Physiotherapy Dept. Dollars Colony.
They expert in Sports
2. Grade 1 Neuralgia Not Muscle problem.
3. Reason : IT jobs +  lack of fitness + less stretching of leg muscles, before sport act.
4. Don't involved in sports, until review by expert Senior Physiotherapist. Don't increase damage more, and avoid painful actions such as sprints.

Dr. Shashin Dewangan NYPT
Health Ultimate International
Mumbai

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Saurabh Bhalla Delhi | Occupational Therapist
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hi, most probably it is ITB Pull. it will take few weeks to heal by itself. Not a issue of concern if the pain is reducing day by day, and no signs of swelling near groin area or irritation during urination. avoid squatting as it will again stretch the ligament to its full length. you should certainly go for lower abdominal / thigh ultrasound only if prescribed by the physician if the PAIN IS NOT REDUCING AT ALL, INCREASING WITH TIME, SOME IRRITATION IS PRESENT WHILE PASSING THE URINE.
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you can apply icepack/coldpack at groin/ thigh region for 2-3 minutes and take a break for same duration and reapply.
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Avoid squatting, Avoid running/walking with a long stride, and also avoid cross legged sitting. STAY HEALTHY
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Dr. Deepak Tamrakar (PT) Raipur | Sports and Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist
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This is very common injury when people play sports without warm up. When you dont get treat properaly, injuryies carries long time. This is groin pain and including adductor muscle pain, that only confirm by examination. Consult to sports physio to get proper treat.
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Pankaj Agrawal Ahmedabad | Orthopedic Surgeon
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Dear friend.Google is one of the best confusing platform.you can have data but no knowledge. Please see any good sports surgeon in Bangalore. It is adductor muscle sprain.will require some guided therapy.regards dr pankaj agrawal shoulder knee joints & sports surgeon Ahmedabad
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Dr. Sunil Kumar Tank (PT) Jaipur | Trauma & Orthopaedic Physiotherapist
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Hamstrings pull....visit near by physiotherapist. .n start  hot formantation n stretching  this will help you.
Www.thephysiopoint.com
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Dr. Deepak Relhan Delhi | Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Specialist for Stroke
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You seem to have muscle strain only. Take rest from sports for few days, if it doesn't get resolved then surely meet the Physiotherapist.
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You seem to have a muscle strain(stretching or tearing of muscle), most likely the quadriceps muscle. Take adequate rest and do not get back prematurely to sports(sprinting, jumping , kicking, etc). If problem is not resolving you need to meet a orthopedic surgeon.
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