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Hi Darren, thanks for doing that.
Muscle twitching in that area is not uncommon due to the muscle size. The most common cause is either an electrolyte imbalance, so ensure you are hydrated. However the muscle can be rather tight and is often under stretched, so regular stretching of this area is useful in view of improving the flexibility and length of the muscle/ligaments.
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No worries, so localised in that area is reassuring. How long has it been doing it?
Have you had any blood tests at all? I now can't see the prior thread sorry
It doesn't show a neurological problem, but anything for months should be assessed.
Great, that is incredibly thorough, nothing to worry about