After two or three days of dull pain in the left groin on a rainy day a few days ago, the root of the left thigh began to be stiffer than the right. There was no pain. I just felt the stiffness of the rise, and I didn't feel anything like a hard pimple. I also held my breath hard and didn't drum up. Like my right leg, my activity was not limited. For an analogy, the root of the right thigh was air, and the root of the left thigh was like stuffed with steamed bread.
This swelling and hardening of the thigh root is often caused by local lymphadenopathy or venous embolism. It is suggested that patients should not squeeze or rub the lesion, but go to the orthopaedics department of a secondary or above hospital in time to find out the cause.
If there is some pain or discomfort at the root of the thigh, there may be some symptoms caused by lymphadenitis. In this case, you can take some related drugs for treatment. For example, you can take cefixime capsule, plus Pudilan anti-inflammatory tablets and other related drugs.
The thigh root circle is very stiff, which is likely to be caused by the early stage of femoral head necrosis, as well as the symptoms caused by lumbar disc herniation. If there is lumbar disc herniation, generally, it can be treated with lumbar traction therapy and acupuncture therapy. If the femoral head necrosis is treated with physical therapy to alleviate the relevant symptoms, and if it is more serious, it needs surgery.