Pain in upper thighs

Posted by marie @mariemarie, Mar 8, 2017

I was diagnosed one month ago. Mayo in Florida said i had mild Parkinson Syndrome. Said must exercise 2 1/2 hours a week. No meds now. Does anyone experience pain in upper thighs? I’m in the BIG program for Parkinson. It’s an hour of stretching. Program developed just for Parkinson folks. Maybe the pain is from this program. I have no other pain. It’s four days/week for four weeks.

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I was diagnosed 5 months ago. Did BIG with no pain in my thigh but did hurt my hip. It healed but I had to avoid some exercises for a while. Talk to your physio – you could be doing something wrong.

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@pjsammy

I was diagnosed 5 months ago. Did BIG with no pain in my thigh but did hurt my hip. It healed but I had to avoid some exercises for a while. Talk to your physio – you could be doing something wrong.

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Thanks, pj. Pain has gone away. Go figure. My primary said to take tylenol arthritis if it returns.

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Welcome to the Parkinson’s group on Connect, @pjsammy. I hope you’ll pop over to this discussion, meet the rest of the gang, and tell us a bit more about yourself.

– Living with Parkinson’s Disease: Meet others & come say hi http://mayocl.in/2loOzSR

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@pjsammy

I was diagnosed 5 months ago. Did BIG with no pain in my thigh but did hurt my hip. It healed but I had to avoid some exercises for a while. Talk to your physio – you could be doing something wrong.

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Hello @pjsammy, let me add my welcome to Mayo Connect and to the Parkinson’s group. We would like to get to know you better! Please share with us, if you will, what symptoms led to your diagnosis as well as how long it took to diagnose the PD. Are you currently taking any meds? Share anything else that you think might be helpful to our PD community. We have discovered that as we learn from each other we become stronger! Let me introduce you to others in our group who share this PD diagnosis: @chrisj2491 @denie57 @johnjames @trouble4343 @ggopher @tntredhead @aperob @caryp43 @burgle @macbeth @knightkris. I see that @mariemarie has already posted with you. Let’s all take a moment to welcome @pjsammy to our group! Teresa

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@pjsammy

I was diagnosed 5 months ago. Did BIG with no pain in my thigh but did hurt my hip. It healed but I had to avoid some exercises for a while. Talk to your physio – you could be doing something wrong.

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Welcome to the group @pjsammy.   I have been the caregiver for my husband for a long time and, due to illness of my own, he is now in an assisted living facility.  Whether or not it is for long term, I don’t know.  I want to bring him home but my doctor and my daughter keeps saying no.  I do spend about 4 hours every day with him and when he’s feeling good, will have the staff help him in the car and we go for a ride.  He has very little speaking capabilities and that frustrates him immensely.  This is a tough road you are on but you will get lots of support from this group.  If I can do anything to make things easier for you, please let me know.  TrishThe Redhead

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@colleenyoung

Welcome to the Parkinson’s group on Connect, @pjsammy. I hope you’ll pop over to this discussion, meet the rest of the gang, and tell us a bit more about yourself.

– Living with Parkinson’s Disease: Meet others & come say hi http://mayocl.in/2loOzSR

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I was diagnosed with shingles this week. I got the shot 3 years ago. Does PARKINSON cause shingles?

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@colleenyoung

Welcome to the Parkinson’s group on Connect, @pjsammy. I hope you’ll pop over to this discussion, meet the rest of the gang, and tell us a bit more about yourself.

– Living with Parkinson’s Disease: Meet others & come say hi http://mayocl.in/2loOzSR

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@mariemarie You know, I’ve never heard of any connection between Parkinson’s and shingles. How are you feeling? Are you being treated for the pain? I’ve heard that it is a very painful disorder. I hope you get feeling better soon! Teresa

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@pjsammy

I was diagnosed 5 months ago. Did BIG with no pain in my thigh but did hurt my hip. It healed but I had to avoid some exercises for a while. Talk to your physio – you could be doing something wrong.

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Nice to hear from you @tntredhead! I have been wondering how you and your husband have been doing. I’m glad to hear that your husband is getting the care he needs and that you are able to take care of yourself as well. How nice that you can get your husband out for rides. That has to be good for him. Keep in touch. Teresa

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No pain. Little discomfort. Because i got shot three yrs ago, it’s not as severe per doctor. On med for 7 days.

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@mariemarie

No pain. Little discomfort. Because i got shot three yrs ago, it’s not as severe per doctor. On med for 7 days.

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@mariemarie I’m glad to hear that the pain is not too bad. Stay quiet and comfortable! Teresa

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@mariemarie

No pain. Little discomfort. Because i got shot three yrs ago, it’s not as severe per doctor. On med for 7 days.

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Thanks, teresa.

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@colleenyoung

Welcome to the Parkinson’s group on Connect, @pjsammy. I hope you’ll pop over to this discussion, meet the rest of the gang, and tell us a bit more about yourself.

– Living with Parkinson’s Disease: Meet others & come say hi http://mayocl.in/2loOzSR

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@mariemarie Hi: I was just wondering how you are feeling these days. Are the shingles getting better? Teresa

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