A 34-year-old female asked:
Sharp pain (sometimes feels like severe cramping) around my left front hip bone. i've had normal bowel movements. healthy 34 yr old female.?
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Dr. Bernard Canlasanswered
Pain Management 32 years experience
Hip disorders: I am assuming it is also not related to your monthly period. There are various disorders you have to consider. Hip pathologies such as arthritis of your hip or trochanteric bursitis of the hip need to be ruled out. Disorders of your left sacroiliac join which is the fusion of your tailbone and your iliac bone can refer pain to the front. Entrapment of your femoral nerve can also be a possibility.
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