I worked out 3 days ago...it was a 30 minute overall strengthening home video. While I was doing the exercise I was feeling pretty good. It hurt to put weight only on my right leg or to do a lunge with my right leg forward so I just tried to back off the painful movements and be grateful for the exercise that I was able to do. Throughout the exercise there was this background apprehension or fear in my head..."what if the pain flares up after this?". It's the same question everytime I work out. Then almost immediately after completing my workout I had severe throbbing, aching muscle spasms in my right quad, groin and buttock...it felt like it was trying to dislocate my hip again. So I popped some muscle relaxants, rested in bed and hoped for the best. I've been resting for the past 2 days and it's gradually getting better but it's still there. I'm afraid to work out for the next 5 days now because I need to be able to get through my work week to pay the bills. And my job involves moving and lifting sick and heavy patients in the hospital for 8 hours a day. I feel like it's a viscous cycle because I feel like I need to work out to get stronger so that I'll be less prone to injuring myself but then when I work out my pain and muscle spasms flare up so then I have to rest for days and become even weaker. I hope working through this program can help me to get out of this cycle.