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    inner thigh muscle soreness
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    An_247812 posted:
    Working at getting fit and developed a strain in the upper thigh (inner) muscle. Any idea on treatment.
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    deadmanwalking57 responded:
    R.I.C.E always works. Rest, Ice, Compress, Elevate.

    For a light strain, a cold pack and a few days off may be all it needs. Next time warm-up more thoroughly. Inner thigh muscles are mostly to move the leg from a side stretch to the centerline. You could have bothered this area with squats or lunges possibly., or some sort of fast motion after working with weights involving the same muscles.
     
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    awfulawesome replied to deadmanwalking57's response:
    ok thank you


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