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Hip And Groin Pain In Women
Hips slip out of place constantly (one higher) & rotate anterior etc all the time with simple activity. Causes hip and groin pain. Pt has not helped.?
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See below: This is a problem that requires a face-to-face meeting with your doctor. In that meeting, your doctor will listen to you, perform a throrough examination and possibly order labs or other tests. Based on this information, he/she will be able to tell you what's wrong and what to do about it. ...Read more
Could scoliosis cause back, hip, and groin pain all of a sudden after years of having no problems?
Maybe, maybe not: Just because you have scoliosis does not mean you cannot develop other conditions. People with and without scoliosis can get degeneration in their backs and have back and buttock pain. Groin pain is more commonly due to hip joint problems rather than spine problems. Consider seeing your primary provider or a hip specialist about that. ...Read more
My husband previously had a varicocele in 2004. We recently had a baby who turns 1 yr old soon. My husband complaining about an internal hip and groin pain. Can this be a varicocele again?
Varicocoele?: It would be very unusual for a varicocele to cause pain in the hip and groin area. It would also be unusual for a varicocele to not cause pain in the scrotum. Is he able to feel something in the scrotum that might suggest a varicocele? Typically, we can feel them. An examination might be worthwhile. ...Read more
I have strange sensations in my thighs ranging from sharp shooting pain to numbness and tingling. I have hip and groin pain and pain in my neckbase?
How can I differentiate whether my hip and groin pain is nerve or muscle related? Have had lower back pain, but MRI looks good.
Hip: The t12 or L1 nerve from the low back can certainly cause pain that wrapped around and goes into the groin, but by far, the most common reason for groin pain (besides an inguinal hernia) is a hip joint issue. Hip joint arthritis will usually be painful when I rotate the thigh-bone inward when the patient is seated. Also, in younger patients, a hip labral tear needs to be considered. ...Read more
Nonspecific: This is a nonspecific complaint which could be due to several possibilities such as groin pull, arthritis, hernia, pinched nerve, etc. If you've had a recent injury, it would be reasonable to treat with rest, ice, anti-inflammatories, but if symptoms are persistent or severe then see a physician. ...Read more
Many things can...: Many conditions can cause hip / groin pain. Just a few in your age group include : early arthritis (femoroacetabular impingement), hip labral tears, referred pain from a lumbar disc injury, inguinal hernias, adductor muscle strain, "pubalgia", and many others. See your md for evaluation. Good luck! ...Read more
Lots of causes: Arthritis is the most common cause of groin pain. Other common causes would be hip impingement or a cartilage tear. Infection is very serious cause of hip pain that usually is very rapidly progressing and is often accompanied by fevers, chills, etc. You should have this evaluated asap. ...Read more
Need 2b specific:
There are many possible causes of hip and groin pain. In order to narrow the list of possible diagnoses you need to be more specific about your pain — how long are you suffering?, when in the day is it happening?, what helps it? What makes it worse? Etc.
Generally speaking, for 'terrible pain' I would of to see a doctor asap. ...Read more
Anterior hip replacement 2 weeks ago, more active each day — still have groin pain, is it normal?
Take pain medication: If the pain is since the surgery and not new one then its normal. However, If it is a new pain or if the pain is getting progressively worse than you should see your surgeon right away. For the persistent existing pain you can continue taking the pain medications prescribed by your surgeon and rest. ...Read more
What could be wrong if my left hip pain for close to three years now. Pain feels deep in socket with groin pain as well?
Would seek help.: Had and medical evaluation yet? Hip pain could be from the hip joint itself or from the low back. I would thus seek help from a specialist in this regard on the assumption that you have sought help from your pcp, had imaging studies and perhaps pt as well. 3 years is long enough time and specialized consultation is warranted at this time if this has not occurred already. Be well. ...Read more
What would cause a tingly tickly feeling in one side of crotch groin. Pain on that side in hip and back sometimes like sciatica.
Pinched Nerve: Sounds like you have a pinched nerve in your back. I would suggest seeing a pain/spine specialist to evaluate you further to evaluate what level and what can be done to treat you. There are interventional treatments besides medications and surgeries that might reduce or eliminate the pain altogether. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Had hip labral repair last year. Lateral groin pain now. Feels like another tear. Possible to tear in same hip 2nd time? Can they scope hip twice?
Tears can recur: Labral tears can recur, especially if underlying cause of tear is not concomitantly addressed. Specifically, care needs to be taken to avoid leaving behind a bony prominence of the rim of the acetabulum (Pincer lesion) or a bony bump off the femoral head-neck junction (Cam lesion). A retorn labrum can often be repaired again or reconstructed with allograft tissue if needed during revision A'scope ...Read more