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why does forced adduction/internal rotation of the hip feel so uncomfortable with hip dysplasia?

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Dr. Jimmy Bowen
Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation 34 years experience
Hip Dysplasia: Developmental hip dysplasia causes the normal curve of the hip joint to be abnormal or flattened. This can effect the range of motion or the hip. Also degenerative hip arthritis is associated and occurs prematurely in some. A common early symptom or significant oa of the hip is pain with internal rotation and adduction. Also associated may be changes within the labrum of the hip.
Dr. George Gantsoudes
Pediatric Orthopedic Surgery 17 years experience
Not all dysplasia : Usually dysplasia caused by fai, femeroacetabular impingement, causes those symptoms. It causes pain by the femur and pelvis inappropriately bumping into each other.

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Will previous dysplasia affect my pregnancy? Will a previous cryosurgery affect my pregnancy?

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No: Cryosurgery probably does not affect the integrity of the cervix. Certain other procedures for cervical dysplasia such as cone biopsies or leep may rarely compromise the integrity of the cervix. Previous low grade dysplasia should not affect a pregnancy. High grade dysplasia in pregnancy should be evaluated with colposcopy as early as possible in the pregnancy.
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Will I have a difficult labor due to my bony pelvis?

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What is hip dysplasia?

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Dr. James Ferguson
Pediatrics 46 years experience
Hip can slip out: For reasons unclear some infants are born with a loosness about the hip joint that permits the big ball of the upper leg to slip out of the cup like socket. Drs check for this at birth & well checkups.After 3 mo the ligaments tighten & detection is harder.Some are picked up as walking starts. Tight swaddeling with legs extended may incerase risk & girls & breach babies have higher risk.
A 53-year-old member asked:

Is there an ideal waist to hip ratio for a woman?

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No: People come in all shapes and sizes and there is no perfect ratio that affects health.
A 39-year-old member asked:

Whether flu shots can be given in the hip?

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Dr. Danny Proffitt
Family Medicine 43 years experience
Yes: The flu shot is given usually in the deltoid (upper arm) with a short needle in the muscle itself. It could be given in the buttock as long as it is given in the muscle with a needle long enough to reach the muscle and you are sure it is in the muscle. Easier to get in the upper arm and you don't have to drop trow!

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