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Tuesday, September 03, 2019

Not sure if it's the inguinal ligament or the iliopsoas muscle letting me down today, but something at the top of the right groin, going over the hip hurts. I tried playing, thinking that maybe like my ankle on Sunday, moving around would loosen it up, but no such luck. The ankle behaved, the elbow behaved, but man this new thing was being very tweaky. Hope it will go away as suddenly as it appeared. At least it doesn't hurt when I'm not moving about, so sit I shall!

Got new tires today. Needed them, as I was told a few months back that that needed to be done immediately. I got a few more months out of the old set, and am not ready for winter. New tires are pretty well rated for winter weather, which, of course, is an important factor in Michigan.

Now I just have to figure out where I want to go on the new wheels. There are a couple of things I've been meaning to go do, but never managed to during the summer proper, so this might be an excuse to do it. And maybe that'll give me the excuse to not go play pickleball, because I suspect a day or two off from that game wouldn't go underappreciated by my body.
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  • MAMAMAITAI
    I would definitely try resting for a day. It may disappear overnight. It probably will. emoticon
    Once you start researching things by yourself, you can come up with a lot of good information. That's fine, but if things don't improve, it time to seek professional help. I've found that people (including myself) wait too long to seek help & suffer needlessly.
    47 days ago
  • MEADSBAY
    A doctor told me once the number one thing you can do for any injury is REST.
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    48 days ago
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