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Hip And Thigh Pain
Is there anything that can cause severe hip and thigh pain after being in bed for more than an hr.?
Before answering this question, it would be better to define what exactly is meant by the term "upper leg". Orthopaedic surgeons (and others) typically use the term "thigh" to mean the area between the hip and the knee. They use the term "leg" to mean the area between the knee and the ankle. Thus, it is important to specify whether we are discussing pain just below the hip or ...Read more
Hard to tell: However an easy way to tell is if your pain is in the groin region or in the front thigh area where the legs meets the pelvis it could be hip. Otherwise it could be sciatica as well. Recommend seeing a spine/pain specialist that has musculoskeletal training to determine what your problem might be. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Unlikely med effect: These symptoms would be unlikely related to the meds you listed. Talk to your family doc about your medications and other possible causes ...Read more
For a week I've had moderate-severe lower back, hip & upper thigh pain with no known cause or injury. It feels muscular, but not 100% sure - thoughts?
Lumbar disc injury: We need a bit more info: do you have any numbness or tingling going down your hip/thigh? Does the pain get better with rest and/or worse with activity? Most likely though, this is due to some injury to one of your lumbar discs whereby nerves get pinch and inflamed. This could be treated with anti-inflammatory medications, heat/ice, gentle stretching, and also pain meds. See doc if not better. ...Read more
Been suffering from constant groin, hip & inner thigh pain for 3months. Had constipation on and off 11years. Damaged/pulled something from straining?
Would marijuana use help my chronic fatigue and soreness along with my sharp hip, knee, thigh pain? If so, any legal way in wisconsin to do so?
Left hip/upper thigh pain persisting for last one week, aggravates when hanging/walking. What would be the cause and treatment scenario?
Meralgia: If the front and lateral side of the thigh feels like it is burning or numb, or crawling with bees, or even painful, it could be meralgia paresthetica. It is a condition that affects the lateral femoral cutaneous nerve where it exits the pelvis in front of the hip. Sigmund freud had it and took Cocaine to combat it. ...Read more
Fulkerson Osteotomy/Lateral Release/Medial Reefing on Thursday (5/28) - now having hip & thigh pain ... Is this normal?
UsuallyPostop pain i: If there any surgical procedure there's usually paint on it usually starts improving after a few days of is getting worse or any questions you should call your surgeon they should be able to give you information about how long it takes to heal and what kind of paIny usually have ...Read more
18yrs, fem.Acute leg pain from 5 months more in hip-thigh .Taking pain killers, calcium tablets. Not satisfied with doctor. On Ayurvedic treatment now?
Need workup: Have you had xrays, any other investigations? A detailed examination is necessary. Pain in that region could originate from a wide variety of sources. ...Read more
Periodic front hip/ upper thigh (groin crease) pain w movement day after alcohol consumption. Causes?
Kidney stone: From the timing, it sounds like a kidney stone. There is some association between alcohol and kidney stones, though not conclusive, but the idea is that the increased urine output from alcohol causes dehydration, which promotes kidney stone formation. The hip/groin is the classic referred pain area for "renal colic", as it's called. ...Read more
Ongoing pain in top of left thigh/hip area. Pain fine some days. Other days really sore. Only hurts when I bare weight, or move the leg around. Help ?
Muscle, tendon, join: This may be muscle, tendon, bursa or joint. You may be best diagnosed by your physician or rheumatologist or orthhopedist ...Read more
Top of thigh/hip pain for few weeks. Only hurts when weight bearing, or moving leg certain ways. Can this be muscles? Or something sinister? So scared
The thigh is the upper part of your lower extremity between your hip and knee. Any pain within this region could be considered thigh pain. Possible diagnosis include fractures, stress fractures, muscle contusions or strains, referred pain from the back and hip to ...Read more