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A 31-year-old male asked:
I have pain in my groin in both sides in hips a clicking sound when i lift my legs i have been for an x-ray and had mri with dye injected in to rule owt avascular necrosis they told me mri showed no signs of disease but i am still not happy i have read th
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Rheumatology 49 years experience
Be happy!: At least a serious problem such as avn or significant osteoarthritis exists. Your pain may be coming from trochanteric bursitis or your tensa fascia latus. See someone in orthopedics, physical medicine or rheumatology!
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Orthopedic Surgery 26 years experience
Hip click: Clicking in the hip can be due to a cartilage year in the hip or a tendon outside the hip directly in front or along the side. Stretching the psoas and it band is usually a food idea to start with.
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Last updated May 26, 2018
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