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low one-sided backand groin pain
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yannie - April 13

I have been helped alot by a cetified massage therapist in working out alot of knots in my trigger points but one area does not respong to massage, ice packs or exercise - even those muscle rub ointments. It starts in my left lower hip area and travels inward thru the groin area and pain ends about mid-thigh. Do I just need more time to let it work thru...it is hard to do my daily walks and I try to exercise the leg stretches but seems to be aggravating it. Any suggestions for relief?

 

GraemeK - April 13

Hi Yannie. You might like to try an ointment in conjunction with your massage therapy called CT Cream. I have been using it on my rib cage area and groin and thigh areas with good results over the last year or so. It certainly helps to take alot of the sting out of the fibro pain ! The website if you are interested is www.ctcream.com Good luck - GraemeK

 

Fantod - April 14

Hello - I just had some of my trigger points treated with sarapin. It is derived from the pitcher plant. The medical community has been using it for about 40 years but like aspirin they really don't undertand how it works. The beauty of it is that unlike cortisone there is no tissue damage. There are no side effects. You might see if you can locate someone in your area that uses it. I would try a holistic doctor or a physiatrist. I hope you are able to find some relief.

 

jenny bawden - May 25

Hi Yannie
I too have been experiencing the pain you have descibed. I thought at first it was something different to fibro, but I guess it's just another string to its bow.

 

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