quad/knee pain?

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May 2012
6:15pm, 5 May 2012
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becky f
Does anyone have any ideas what this could be?
Ive had the odd niggle in my left outer hip/thigh area for about 6 or more weeks now.
Havent ran much since running 19 miles 3 weeks before the london marathon 2 weeks ago.
Ran the marathon and my left hip/quad area was sore from mile 1 and got worse but i was still able to finish the marathon.
Since then for the past 2 weeks ive not ran just cross trained on exercise bike because now my left knee/quad gets a slight sharp pain if i lie down and lift my leg straight up in the air as in to stretch and if i kneel down on that knee and ive noticed its worse when i first get out of bed or get up from sitting down.Its also not right when i walk im not limping but it does feel sore.
Any ideas as it just isnt getting any better if anything its getting worse.
May 2012
6:46pm, 5 May 2012
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Salty Dog
Is it like sharp and tangly like there are nerve fibres trapped or something? Sounds like a good excuse to treat yourself to a nice sports massage ans get whatever it is properly ironed out.


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