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Causes Of Swollen Hip
What could be the cause of a swollen left hip area? It has been a few months and it never goes down.
Needs to be checked: We do not have enough information to guess what this swelling is due to We need more history how long it has been, how it started, any history of trauma,does it hurt, how does it feel to touch. Any problem walking and response to any at home treatment. It can be a soft tissue swelling like a lipoma,a cyst or another King of tumor, swelling in muscles or a bony swelling. Get it checked by your MD ...Read more
What can cause discomfort below the right rib @the bottom between the rib and hip? It feels like something's swollen in there? I also get a lil pain
I have swollen feet and ankles on both sides and severe pain in both wich make it hard to walk and is causing pain in my hips n back What causes this?
See pro-evaluation: You should bring the detailed sequence of events related to current symptoms to Doc for analysis + physicals + tests as needed to make sure of no CHF, no DVT, no poor kidneys, etc. so the timely adequate RX /care could be delivered. Don't wait and put off. Online inquiry is not enough to address your concern now. ...Read more
I've noticed some swollen lymph nodes as well as a hard movable lump in my groin area with some pain in the hips. Any condition that would cause this?
I had surgery 10 days ago. i had skin graft from hip and it was placed on foot. its a large section of heel. Could this cause swollen glands in neck?
No: A skin graft to heel taken from hip places the surgery below the umbilical area where nodes to groin in rare instances may show enlargement. I suspect this is a free split thickness graft that requires immobilization of leg and foot to keep graft in place until healing occurrs. Glands in neck as a response to surgery would only be associated with surgery of the H&N. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have a little swollen area on the right above my hip, I can move it around a bit, Is this serious?
Movable lump: This may be a lipoma which is a benign fatty tissue tumor and,because its moveable, it isn't a boney growth. However it would have to be examined by a physician to be sure and also to advise you whether it should be removed if it's in an area where constant irritation may occur. ...Read more