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Op here. Still don't know how it happened. Third time, too, though the other times were in my back. Anyone have a clue?
By SailorSolaris - / Wednesday 4 October 2017 12:50 / United States
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  Bingo_Bango  |  12

Aw mate, this started happening to me a few times now randomly since I hit my 30's. Waking up in the morning with a pulled muscle, in bed, for absolutely no reason. I think it's just called getting old and your body degenerating, Wah! :( Was the foot up my ass I needed to get a PT though!

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  Sparx1_1  |  16

Probably not the muscle, but one of the tiny filaments of connective tissue that attaches to the muscle. Feels pretty much the same, but it can be caused from holding the same position for too long (standing or sitting) and then once you move you feel the tightness/ stretching. I'm guessing that you stand or sit without a lot of movement for long periods of time. Just try to move around every 30 minutes or so. Look up some light stretches that you can do while on the job, that should help keep things from locking up.

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  Yudith  |  12

What if OP has a standing job, like the post seems to imply? Does he has to ask for a sitting desk? Seriously, see a doctor. 90% of the comments recommend it.

By  mt21mt  |  12

To the OP, rather than seeking medical advice from a bunch of strangers on a website intended for comedy- strangers that mostly probably don't care whether you live or die- you would probably be better off seeking advice from a medical professional, or at the least, by doing a simple google search.

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  Bingo_Bango  |  12

Thanks for sharing, it was slightly amusing :) Yes, it's an unfortunate reminder of ageing! I can't believe you need insurance to ask a doctor about your butt health though! Thankfully, our butt health is free here!

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