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NaiNoah:

should it hurt when i move/flex my thigh?

skitzzz:

i think you have chlamydia

NaiNoah:

@skitzzz wrote:
i think you have chlamydia
I can assure you I dont

hannahj:

ummm no that's not normal. get it checked out. right away

ShadowKid3:

You've probably strained your muscle, if it persists then I recommend visiting a doctor

Beanie:

You could have the flu.

JustBeNice:

@shadowkid3 wrote:
You've probably strained your muscle, if it persists then I recommend visiting a doctor
As a CNA, I agree and have dealt with muscle strains many times myself. It is very likely that you may have just strained a muscle. It’s very common if you’re active. Try massaging and heat. If it persists, please visit a doctor. Thank you<3

JustBeNice:

If it continues OR worsens, ask a doctor. They may have a better answer and solution :}} (Strains are caused by overuse / too sudden use of the muscles or even things like not stretching before big activities {example: exercise, heavy lifting, etc.}. It usually goes away without a week or two. Depending how bad.)

somnium:

its not exactly normal, but its probably nothing to worry about. likely just a cramp or a temporary pain, it should go away pretty quickly. if it doesnt, maybe try to walk it off.

jessistocutelol:

u probs pulled sm

Elijah11:

U probably over worked it bc it happened to me too

toga:

It's not uncommon to feel some discomfort when moving or flexing your thigh, especially if you've recently engaged in strenuous physical activity or if you have a muscle strain. However, if the pain is severe or persistent, it's important to consult with a healthcare professional to rule out any underlying issues.

euphoriiic:

ur dying .

vSeafood:

Bru lemme massage ya thigh

jjbruh:

@jjbruh wrote:
nah its normle
*normal

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