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Pain in my right groin and lost ability to use my right leg. I was pushing a grocery cart so it kept me from falling down. I kept leaning on the cart for about 10-15 minutes then pain started to goo away Ang strength came back to my leg. Still some pain

By Anonymous July 1, 2018 - 2:17am
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and weakness. I am overweight and have had type 2 diabetes for 20+ years. I've had one heart attack and one heart stent. Blood pressure is usually around 132/60

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Hello. Thank you for posting.

It sounds like you may have a groin strain. We cannot know. You need to be examined. A groin strain is an injury or tear to any of the adductor muscles of the thigh, which are the muscles on the inner side of the thigh. An acute groin strain is usually caused by sudden movements such as kicking, twisting to change direction while running, or jumping. Do you recall misstepping in some way? Try icing the area. See your doctor for a proper diagnosis.


July 1, 2018 - 11:28am
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