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oww oww owwwwww

i'm in missouri right now. my friend and i have been playing a lot of tennis lately, and i am sooo sore. my booty and hip area hurt so bad i can hardly walk. my arms sort of hurt, too. any remedies??

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this is muscular soreness, right, not in your joints, is it?

if it's the first, i'd recommend the following:

stretch. but gently.
massage. gently.
have a warm bath (if the weather isn't too hot).
ibuprofen can help a little, too.
move, a little, to keep the muscle in motion.

...and next time, make sure you warm up adequately, cool down and stretch. and don't overdo it.

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