It’s not the muscle that’s in pain, but more in the center bone or chest cavity area. There’s a sharp pain whenever i breathe in or when i flex/stretch my chest out. I really can’t do anything under this condition, and I’m pretty sure it didn’t come from working out either, cause I’ve been lifting weights for a good three years and have never felt this pain before.
I was wondering if anyone can help me out. It’s been bothering me for a two whole day now.
There are many conditions that you may have but to get a correct diagnosis be sure to contact a doctor. I have a condition like this but it happens randomly and not when I flex or stretch my chest. It is called costochondritis, the inflammation in the rib cage. It is not severe or life threatening but it is a pain in the butt. So, as I said you may have Myositis, Fibromyalgia, TBCWP or Transitory Benign Chest Wall Pain. To verify, is it right near the middle of your chest, that little line between like a trench running down the middle of your chest? Tell me anything else! Thanks. Please make me best answer and read my name.
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on: 28th October 10
On December 11th, I was stretching at dance practice. Usually I’m careful about stretching, but I was extremely close to finally getting my left splits so I couldn’t help but push myself to get all the way down. In the middle of the stretch, I stained a muscle on the back of my left thigh. At first I thought it was just a minor pulled muscle, but the pain still hasn’t gone away. It doesn’t hurt during every day activities, only when I’m stretching. I tried icing it, I tried the heating pad, I tried icyhot gel. Nothing is working. I dance around 15 hours a week and flexibility is a must. I’m rapidly losing flexibility, since the pain is a huge set-back while stretching. What should I do?
Stained muscles are not a serious problem. Liquid soap or bleach should clean it off.
on: 15th January 13
Im so close to doing the splits, so what will happen if i force the splits without the flexibility requirements, muscle tear, intense pain etc…
all of the above and more. plus you would not be able to do it without someone forcing you down.
not just intence pain you would destroy your groin and hip flexor muscles. you should start out slow and increase with flexibility. do whatever stretch you choose for 30 second multiple times
on: 29th November 12
so i went to a toning class on monday and since then i have a lot of muscle pain on my legs and stomach, i have another class today, but i don’t want to go with this pain how can i get rid of it?
and i am 15
stretch out real good and stay with it the soreness will go away and you will become stronger
on: 7th October 11
You know those pains you get in the back of your leg from stretch it?
Where the large chunk of fat and or muscle is?
Is there any way to stop that from happening, I’ve had it twice in one day and the pain is so f*cking bad and lasts so long.
It’s not from extending my leg too quickly, Because it happens even if I do it slowly
You should see a doctor and have some blood work done. Could be you are low on iron.pp
on: 4th September 11
The pain after the morning work out isn’t that bad but after the evening work out my leg muscles become so stiff that I can hardly walk properly. I usually end up sleeping at 9 pm or something. I tried taking some pain killers, but it hardly works. I didn’t felt any relief.
You have to stretch before you go to bed. You do certain things with your legs when you point your foot straight that pretty much locks up your legs. You have to stretch and you can also ice where you are real sore.
on: 16th December 12
I have been working out for about an hour everynight really killing my body. And all my muscles are pulled and ache. And I work as a waitress and have to be able to function without too much pain. Any great tricks to ease the pain asap?
Well I also workout and run cross country…It’s always best to stretch before working out and massaging the area like the muscle and limbs where you feel the pressure at afterwards. Usually parallel to the muscle. I do that every time and I have soreness for at most a day if I push my hardest.
Definitely drink water before and after.
Some people use a cold/hot patch for muscle pain.
by: Sensui MAstER
on: 4th September 12
It was my first time at Bally’s and there was this machine to work your inner thighs. I guess I overworked it because whenever I sit/sleep with my legs not together then my muscles hurt. Even just walking hurts. It’s been four days… what can I do?
You did simply over do it. Drink lots of water and try to stretch a few times a day. If you feel the pain in in your joints or deeper (i.e. not in the muscle) you probably wouldn’t be wrong in seeing a doctor.
My guess however, is that you overworked your muscles and they need time to recover.
on: 27th July 09