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  • Posted By: Lariero
  • March 20, 2007
  • 08:08 PM

Hello, I am a 23 year old female. I've been having pain right around where the right thrigh joint connects with the abdomen, but a tiny it more up. Sometimes, it switches to the left side, but I've charted that down as menstrual pains, for it's the left side this time.

I've gotten severe nausea, really rare stomach pains, (which are most likely because of spasming/not eating), a tiny case of ear infection, but those I think are just me getting sick. I haven't actually thrown up yet either. Most likely the flu.

The pain half the time is a numb sensation, like whatever is there is growing. It gets worse when I sleep, though, I think Advil has small affect on it.

I've concluded to see a doctor, but I'd like to know. Maybe whatever is there is growing. I've halted a bit in my exercises due to nausea and thigh muscle strain, which makes me feel awful at the moment.

I've had the pain more when I went to sleep, and not really during the day, but it's even more acute when I'm asleep half the time (Unless Advil really does work...), and just plain annoying when I'm awake and typing this.

I took Advil awhile agao, and the pain is numb again. I also got warmer, and the pain diminished greatly...

Other than that, I am healthy and have lost over 50 pounds in the last 5 months, because I wasn't healthy at all.

Oh, it's a type of pain you can vaguely ignore...unless it's just me and my tolerance, and I had to tell my fiancee I wasn't going to die...which I hope and think I'm not. Eheh.

Maybe it's Arterial Occulsion? I'm very paranoid and would love to know...please and thank you!

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