Users' questions

What are these red marks on my inner thighs?

What are these red marks on my inner thighs?

Stretch marks on your inner thighs occur naturally. They form in the middle layer of your skin after being stretched too far. When the connective fibers of your skin stretch too much, they can tear and leave a mark. This new scar may initially appear as red or purple from blood vessels seen through the skin.

What are the causes of burning sensations in the inner thigh?

The burning sensations that you may feel in your thigh area is a medical condition called “paresthesia,” wherein it feels like pins are prickling throughout your thigh. Pressure on a nerve can cause this, especially when the nerve seems to be pinched, which affects blood flow. Spinal problems can also cause these burning, tingling sensations.

What is the best exercise for inner thighs?

Wide Angle Squats. This is the best exercise for inner thighs. Again the placement of the legs makes all the difference. In this exercise take a little more than shoulder width distance between your feet and point them outwards.

What can cause burning pain in your upper thigh?

Causes of upper thigh pain. There are numerous conditions that may contribute to upper thigh pain. They include: Caused by pressure on the lateral femoral cutaneous nerve, meralgia paresthetica (MP) may cause tingling, numbness, and a burning pain in the outer part of your thigh.

The burning sensations that you may feel in your thigh area is a medical condition called “paresthesia,” wherein it feels like pins are prickling throughout your thigh. Pressure on a nerve can cause this, especially when the nerve seems to be pinched, which affects blood flow. Spinal problems can also cause these burning, tingling sensations.

Wide Angle Squats. This is the best exercise for inner thighs. Again the placement of the legs makes all the difference. In this exercise take a little more than shoulder width distance between your feet and point them outwards.

What is the treatment for bruise in inner thigh?

  • Wrap thigh with a wet bandage to insulate skin (ace bandage).
  • Frequently ice the injury for 10-30 minutes.
  • Use crutches for second and third degree contusions.
  • Isometric exercises while using ice will control hemorrhaging.
  • Stretching.
  • A thigh sleeve or “donut pad” are often helpful on return to play.

    Causes of upper thigh pain. There are numerous conditions that may contribute to upper thigh pain. They include: Caused by pressure on the lateral femoral cutaneous nerve, meralgia paresthetica (MP) may cause tingling, numbness, and a burning pain in the outer part of your thigh.