This is likely due to following possibilities;
1) Meralgia paresthetica; The majority of cases result from entrapment of the lateral femoral cutaneous nerve as it passes under the inguinal ligament. The usual causes of meralgia paresthetica are:
a) over weight issue
b) tight garments around the waist
c) scar tissue near the outer aspect of the inguinal ligament
e) long-distance walking and cycling
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2) Pinched nerves in back (which you have); This can be due to;
a) Degenerative disc disease
b) Bone spurs pressing on nerves (lumbar spondylosis)
This is treated by physical therapy, deep electrotherapy, lumbar corset, rest etc. An MRI and a consultation with an orthopedist or neurologist may be needed.
Meralgia paresthetica is treated by;
a) carbamazepine or phenytoin, or gabapentin
b) reduce weight for long term management if weight is the issue.
c) if wear tight clothing, avoid them
If the above are ruled out, possibilities to consider would be:
1) Iliopsoas tendinitis
2) Groin injury
3) Hip tendonitis and bursitis
5) Osteitis pubis
6) Hip strain
Please feel free for your follow up questions.
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