I use the computer and sit 10 hours daily in the office chair since last five years. I feel pain in inner thighs sometimes. Since last few days, I have felt severe pain in both inner thighs and have taken one Voveran and Paracetamol tablet. It feels good after taking medicine or applying Voveran gel, but the pain starts after sitting for a long time in the chair. I was using cushion chair earlier. Due to pain, I got shifted to a plastic chair, but the pain has not cured completely. The following are some queries in this regard. What is the exact problem of pain in inner thighs? Which medicine should be taken to prevent this problem? Please suggest in details. Which kind of office chair is better, either cushion or plastic? Is seat rest on chair a better option? What is the best posture for legs to avoid pain? Is there any exercise to avoid inner thigh pain? I am looking forward your reply. Thank you.
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