Last edited by Lillian; Jul. 29/09 at 05:39 PM.
get your body warm, sit in the butteerfly, and rub it out real good
maybe you just strained it a lil
it probably makes you want to squat downa to stretch it out, don't do that. Take the weight off, get in a stretch and rub it out.
hopw you feel better.
I have had a pulled groin, bad, a few times.
Tingling in foot, one sided, pain, sitting too long.. Sounds like sciatica. Try some ibuprofen for a day and see if it gets better. I would definitely look into seeing a doctor if this doesn't go away, it can be VERY annoying.
thanks! my hubby thought the same thing. it is VERY annoying. i hate sitting in a chair all day. it kills me. but such is life. need to make money. i'll definitely go to the dr. if it doesn't get better by like next week or so.
appreciate everyone's advice on here. thanks again!
and to think i have to sit here for another FIVE friggin hours! ugh! i normally take a walk on my lunch just to get my legs moving. but lately it seems the more i sit, the more uncomfortable i get. i can't stand it. i feel like i need to be in sweatpants or baggy pants to be even somewhat comfortable while seated b/c everything else is bothering me right now. ugh! is it time to go home yet?
well i'm home and i feel better already. gonna workout soon too.
It is definately from sitting too much...and yes you have to make a living.
It can be coming from your lower back and well as from in the groin area. Do you have good support for your back? Tight pants that bind the hip and groin area can also cause problems. There has been a big news story on the new tight leg jeans causing tingly leg syndrome. Also you may have recently done some activity that strained the area probably something that was so insignificant it didn't really stand out but if you think hare you may remember something. Possibly sitting cross legged on the floor. Then it got aggrivated by your regular sitting routine. Is it possible for you to set a timer and every 45 minutes just stand for a minute walk to the water cooler. Water is good for you too.