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Experiencing severe muscle pain during a workout could also be a sign that you have a muscle strain or muscle injury. But if the muscle aches don't go away after a few days of rest or even become more severe, it could be a sign that you've suffered a serious muscle injury. Delayed muscle and muscle aches are caused by minor injuries to the muscle fiber and connective tissue. The fact that you experience muscle pain after a workout is a sign that your muscles have stretched and are slowly getting stronger.
But some muscle pain isn't simply due to a buildup of lactic acid, but it's a sign that you've caused your muscles to go into shock, and that's not a good thing. If muscle pain is accompanied by difficulty breathing, high fever, muscle weakness, and stiff neck, see a doctor.