my leg muscles have been sore for almost a year..walking doesn't bother me but getting up from a chair, getting out of a car or going up steps are when i feel the pain.. i am 42 yrs old and in good health and not overweight...the pain is mostly in my thighs. my thighs and hip area are tender to touch..and i am sore when i turn over in bed at night..the symptoms never go away. a arthritis doctor gave me a 6 day pack of prednisone and it took all soreness away till about 4 days after the last pill. and then the pain came back...i do feel that the soreness overall is getting worse because friends are noticing the way i step or get up from a seat...Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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