I'm 20 years old, and about two months ago, my left thigh started having slight aches on the outer left side of it, and a bit underneath. As that month went on, the pain got worse and worse.
The only thing is, it only ever bugged me when I lied down to rest, or just were sitting and had my leg straight out. For some reason, I can't keep it straight out when lying down, like my other leg, and I'm not sure why.
I don't know what started this, it just suddenly came on one day and got worse since then. Recently, its been making me a bit limpy because of it bugging me as I walk at work. Though, if I stretch my leg a bit, it goes away.
It still bugs me when laying down, but if I lay on my right side, and have my left leg raised over something, like a pillow or wrapped over my boyfriend, its fine. I really don't know what's wrong with it, but it only bugs the left side of my thigh and under it, while locking up..
Can someone help me?
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