Pain in the inner thigh can be caused by a strained adductor muscle, explains North Shore-LIJ Orthopaedic Institute. A strained thigh muscle is categorized as a grade I, II or III strain, with a grade I strain being rela... More »

Possible causes for pain in the inner thigh include muscle contusions, fractures and strains, according to doctors from HealthTap. Spinal conditions that affect the lower back can also cause inner thigh pain. More »

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Inner thigh cramps can be caused by straining or overusing a muscle; deficiencies of dietary minerals such as calcium; insufficient blood circulation in the muscles; and dehydration, according to MedlinePlus. Extended pe... More »

Possible causes for pain in the inner thigh include muscle contusions, fractures and strains, according to doctors from HealthTap. Spinal conditions that affect the lower back can also cause inner thigh pain. More »

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Known causes of levoscoliosis include birth defects, arthritis, neuromuscular diseases, spine trauma and conditions such as osteoporosis, vertebral compression fractures and disk degeneration, according to North Shore-LI... More »

Some causes of pain in the back of the thigh include sciatica, cellulitis, a pulled hamstring muscle, a bone injury and hip pain that radiates to the thigh, explains Healthgrades. More serious conditions include deep vei... More »

The forceful pull of hamstrings and sacrotuberus ligaments in the thigh causes ischial tuberosity pain, according to Caring Medical. This typically occurs as a result of trauma experienced either as a result of a fall or... More »

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