Anyone have this pain?

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Tootiebug58
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   Posted 1/30/2009 9:58 AM (GMT -7)   
I am in a major flare again. Does anyone else suffer from thigh pain in the front of the leg???  I can feel knots in the thigh and they are so sore and stiff.  The pain just keeps moving around my whole body this time, from my neck to my knees, but this thigh pain is something new.
Arghhhhhhh, I am so frustrated.
Thanks everyone
Tootie
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Marlee2
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   Posted 1/30/2009 10:17 AM (GMT -7)   
I haven't had that one Tootie. My knots are on the sides of my thighs. Have you been climbing more stairs or anything that would cause your leg to get sore. I'm not use to steps since I don't have any to speak of in my house so any time I climb stairs it makes my legs sore. I'm always amazed at how little it takes to make our muscles sore when doing things we don't do every day.
 
Use your moist heat and I hope you get better soon.
 
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Binki
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   Posted 1/30/2009 10:21 AM (GMT -7)   
I am sorry Tootie I haven't experienced that one, though they have felt like they were massively sunburned b/4 or just hurt when I am sweeping with my hands something off my lap (that make sense?). Did you exercise yesterday or do some type of work/chores requiring to sqwat or walk up and down steps more than normal? Maybe a nice warm bath and some good rest will calm it down some.

Take it easy,
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Tootiebug58
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   Posted 1/30/2009 10:31 AM (GMT -7)   
Thanks ladies.........we have a two story house and I am always going up and down the stairs. At work on Wed, I pushed a few wheelchairs, and maybe this started the knots in my thighs. And just walking thru all the snow we have, pushing a grocery cart was not the easiest either. Well, just another place to put the moist heat I guess. Take care all

Sue
Tootie
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Lindaloo
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   Posted 1/30/2009 11:56 AM (GMT -7)   
I don't get pain in my thighs, only in my lower legs and feet. I suffer with it every single day. No knots, only pain. I think you maybe on to something with all the pushing you have done. That will hit you right in your thighs.

I truly hope a hot bath calms it down for you. It does for me I know, even if it is only for about thirty minutes.

Good luck.

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   Posted 1/30/2009 12:54 PM (GMT -7)   
Hi Tootie.  I have intense pain on the front of my thighs (also back and sides).  I also get the knots you are talking about.  I think the knots are a pretty common part of myofacsial pain which often occurs with fibro.
 
Heat helps, and so does a rolling pin.  I take a wooden rolling pin and roll it up and down the front and back of my thighs and the front and back of my calves.
 
Hope you feel better soon. I know how excruciating all of that leg pain can be.
 
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Tootiebug58
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   Posted 1/30/2009 1:46 PM (GMT -7)   
Thanks Austen...........a rolling pin sounds like a great idea. My hands arent strong enough to massage the knots. I was thinking back to 2007 when I was dx and
I remember now that this thigh pain, plus other major pains, sent me to the ER because I could hardly walk. Atleast I know its part of the Fibro, so I wont worry about it as much this time.

Well, off to get a rolling pin!!!

Take care
Tootie
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anxiety/panic attacks...osteoporosis....Fibro
 xanax


Breezie
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   Posted 1/30/2009 1:55 PM (GMT -7)   
Tootie..   dont feel alone about the thigh pain...   I get that as well..   Actually just started getting it not too long ago..  thighs.. both legs... from top to bottom..   I put my feet up on stool and try to massage legs.. thighs..   The "rolling pin" idea sounds like a great idea...   I'm going to try that..  maybe its the cold weather.. Im in a northern state with lots of snow... cold...
hope it doesnt last long for ya... Tootie...     maybe its just a "flare-up"...  who knows..  :)

        
 
               "Everyone needs warmth and sunshine"... wether its from the heart.. the warm touch of someones hand... or the warmth of the sun that god has given us...  Breezie

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