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Since June of this year I had had persistent pain in my [...]

Posted by @kevmn in Bones, Joints & Muscles, Nov 2, 2014

Since June of this year I had had persistent pain in my inner left groin area. I visited two physiotherapists and my local GP with no conclusive results from their work and an MRI. I was referred to an orthopaedic surgeon, and he set me up for an MRA with dye injected into my leg. This revealed micro tears on my adductor.

I am scheduled for 8 weeks of focused physio coupled with rest, and this should solve it according to the surgeon. The pain however has now spread to my (left) knee and occasionally my other groin, only a week after the MRA. It has also intensified in the left groin where it originated. My knee hurts almost always when I walk and I'm not too sure what to think. I'm still a juvenile so my parents have paid for all of this. I do not want to schedule another appointment with a doctor or physio for what might only be a quibble. Any suggestions on what this pain could be / what to do?

Tags: Adductor, adductor muscle, micro-tears, knee, pain, physiotherapy, MRA, MRI, leg, Orthopaedic, orthopedic

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