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    clarksnmry posted:
    I regularly cycle 200 plus miles a week - pretty hard workouts w/ some good hills. I also run or fast walk 35 miles a week in the hills & forest in Pebble Beach.


    Recently, I have had pain between my thigh and hamstring.


    I have taken almost 4 weeks off w/ minor (2miles) walking on a flat bike trail. Yesterday I took a short -11 miles- easy flat ride.
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    An_255018 responded:
    Since diagnosis and medical advice is both impossible and against the rules in all WebMD communities, you will need to see your doctor for evaluation and treatment.


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