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I've had a loud grinding sound in my hip over the past three months should I be concerned?

I've had a loud grinding sound in my hip over the past three months should I be concerned?

Yes: You should be evaluated by a rheumatologist or orthopedic surgeon. The sooner you get this evaluated the sooner you can get appropriate treatment. ...Read more

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I was dancing as usual and when i went to stretch, my hip popped out and back in. It made a huge sound. Hurt a little. Should i be concerned?

I was dancing as usual and when i went to stretch, my hip popped out and back in. It made a huge sound. Hurt a little. Should i be concerned?

Yes: You may have increased limberness. This in called hypermobility also known as Ehlers Danlos type III. This can run in your famiiy since it is genetic. It is called benign hypermobility. The risk of shoulder dislocation is that lateral in life you can get osteoarthritis. The recurrent dislocation is serious and you need to discuss with your physician about seeing orthopedics ...Read more

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Wat causes clickin sound on newborn hip baby doesn seem to be in pain.. Wen dr. Bent his hips to check him, he heard the clickin sound

Wat causes clickin sound on newborn hip baby doesn seem to be in pain.. Wen dr. Bent his hips to check him, he heard the clickin sound

Ligaments: The ligaments are clicking when the hip is manipulated. This may mean that there is a presence of infant (congenital) hip dysplasia. This can be determined by other tests your physician will do. ...Read more

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There's a burning sensation on right hip but only when touched. What's this sound like?

Hip pointer: This specific symptom most commonly is caused by bursitis, which can arise from twist, torque, blunt trauma, or even infection rarely. Hip joint inflammation has a pattern of pain that is different - more associated with movement. Try applying a cold pack for ten to twenty minutes several times a day. If not contraindicated taking an NSAID daily for a week can also help. ...Read more

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My right lower hip clicks every time I take a step. Sounds like someone is cracking their knuckles. It doesn't hurt. What is this from?

Snapping or clicking: Snapping or clicking hips can be from several sources including iliotibial band or trochanteric bursitis if on the outside, moving tendons like iliopsoas or rectus if in front, or synovitis or labral tears if in front or back. If no pain, probably not a big concern but keep an eye on it ...Read more

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What can cause constant stitch feeling in left side and bubbling sounds/feelings down the left side (rib to hip, on side)? So annoying!

Stitch bubbling: Could be reflux/gastritis, movement through small bowel especially if food intolerances or gas in the colonic flexure. May wish to keep food diary and see what happens after different food, milk gluten etc. may also consider ranitidine or prevecid for reflux, simethicone for gas f/u with doctor /urgent care ...Read more

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I have a gurgling sound when i press by my right hip and severe constipation. What could cause it?

I have a gurgling sound when i press by my right hip and severe constipation. What could cause it?

Gas: Your colon has several parts: the ascending, transverse, descending, and recto/sigmoid areas. If you are severely constipated you likely have a fair amount of gas built up behind the lower part of your colon..Therefor the right lower quadrant of your abdomen may be full of backed up air or gas. Try routine over the counter measures for constipation, but if not relieved, talk to your doctor. ...Read more

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I have a five center meter abcess to the left of right hip groin area. Internal. Should this be drained. I have had two ultra sounds?

I have a five center meter abcess to the left of right hip groin area. Internal. Should this be drained. I have had two ultra sounds?

Need more info: Are your doctors waiting for the abscess to become better defined? Is it an area difficult to drain through the skin (percutaneously)? Typically, an abscess will not resolve on its own, and antibiotics just keep it in check. It usually has to be drained to finally heal. ...Read more