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Upper Leg Muscles

The pain, symptoms and signs of dysfunction in the upper leg muscles. Cause and effect are listed as well as other muscles that may be contributing to your pain.

Adductor Magnus Muscle: Groin, Pelvic and Thigh Pain

The adductor magnus can contribute to deep aching in the groin and pelvis areas that sometimes includes a sharp stabbing pain. Pain starting at the hip extending down the front of the thigh going toward the inside of the knee is another a sign of adductor magnus dysfunction.

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Pectineus Muscle: Groin and Pelvic Pain

The pectineus muscle can cause and contribute to pain in the fold of the leg as well as the groin and pelvis. Pain increases when walking. Sleeping with a pillow between the knees will sometimes help ease night time aching.

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