I am a 64 year old male with pain inside the upper part of my thighs. There isn't any redness, rash or swelling. It started about ten days ago and hurts only when I put pressure on it or rub against it while I walk. The pain is located in the crease of my legs, where the legs join the torso. Walking is very painful and quits as soon as I stop walking.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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