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Causes Of My Right Hip Cramps
My right hip pops in my lower back when I do sit ups & causes calf cramps & inner hip pain after walking why? & is this some type of hip displacement?
I'm getting a cramp type pain next to my right hip above my public line. what could this pain be linked to?
Gallbladder removed last nov. I am getting pain in the same area. Cramp type pain and seems worse when i get upset . Also get it over right hip area?
I had a hysterectomy 28 years ago. I have cramps that wraps around the right hip as well, pain in my back also. I have my ovaries. What could this be?
I've had the Mirena (levonorgestrel) a little over 4 weeks. Now I'm having cramps near my right hip area. I'm also ovulating. Could it be more than just ovulation?
Could be the Mirena (levonorgestrel): Your choice of the Mirena (levonorgestrel) was an excellent one...yet If you had been very healthy until now, if the "cramps near your right hip area" are totally new and troublesome or if the insertion of the Mirena (levonorgestrel) was not easy or smooth, you may need to return to your Gyn for a reevaluation, a pelvic exam and/or sonographic examination to be reassured that all is well. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Location suggest : The location suggest more than one possible condition. There could be a hernia, tendinitis, hip arthritis, or a pinched nerve. Your physician will help clarify each of these possibilities. your Evaluation will include a history and physical, laboratory studies and imaging to help clarify what is happening. ...Read more
Depends on location: Pain in the "hip" can have many causes. The location and type of pain (sharp, achy, dull) as well as knowing what make it better or worse can help sort it out . In general , pain in the buttock comes form the lower back, pain on the side from the bursa or iliotibial tendon and pain in the groin and anterior thigh comes from the hip joint itself. This is a general guideline. ...Read more
Snapping hip: The most likely cause is a muscle on the outside of your hip called the tensa fascia latae that extend more distally to form your illiotibial (it) band that "pops" rather than glides over a bony prominence in the upper part of your thigh bone (femur). The pop/ clunk feels like your hip is dislocating. The illiopsoas (hip flexor) muscle on the front part of the hip can also produce a snap. ...Read more