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Why do I have hip pain after sitting a while then standing? Also when laying down sleeping?

Why do I have hip pain after sitting a while then standing?  Also when laying down sleeping?

See Orthopaedic Surgeon: There is a long list of things that could be causing your hip pain, including referred symptoms from other locations. If your pain is significant and persistent then i would seek consultation from a local orthopaedic surgeon. ...Read more

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Hip Pain (Definition)

Hip pain is a clinical finding in which there is either pain at the site of the hip joint (which will be felt nearer to the groin) or at the site of the bone that is commonly referred to as the hip (on the lower part of the ...Read more


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I have severe hip pain while laying down and walking what's the cause?

I have severe hip pain while laying down and walking what's the cause?

Hip pain: This sounds inflammatory. At your age, bursitis can develop and cause symptoms that you describe. Fracture very unlikely unless you have had an event. ...Read more

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Outer hip pain. When laying down, standing, sitting, walking. It also gets sore to touch. I'm 45&have arthritis in other joints.Could this be the same?

Outer hip pain. When laying down, standing, sitting, walking. It also gets sore to touch. I'm 45&have arthritis in other joints.Could this be the same?

Possible bursitis: Pain on the outside of the hip typically is bursitis. That is simply inflammation of a burial sac over the outer portion of your hip. This is not arthritis. Google exercises for trochanteric bursitis. If your pain persists, see an orthopedist. ...Read more

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Hip pain when lifting it or moving it while laying down. Hurts to lift with leg extended and when bent at knee. Cause? 17 yrs old f 208 lbs htn & pcos

Hip pain when lifting it or moving it while laying down. Hurts to lift with leg extended and when bent at knee. Cause? 17 yrs old f 208 lbs htn & pcos

Hard to say: There are several possibilities and an exam could probably determine the cause. Probably the three most common causes in a 17 year old would be a soft tissue condition around the hip such as a tendinitis, or an inflammatory condition of the hip itself such as a synovitis, or that it is a non musculoskeletal condition involving the abdomen or pelvis. Consider being seen. ...Read more

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Lower right side back and hip pain. Went to the ER and CT and urine were clear. This is a male. He can't walk or sit. He can't lay down comfortably.?

QL Spasm?: If all serious problems have been ruled out such as kidney stones, tumors, appendicitis, etc., likely it's either a disc or nerve injury, or commonly, sacroiliac joint inj., lower rib or vertebral dysfunction &/or quadratus lumborum or psoas muscle spasm.A good history & physical exam, including an osteopathic hands-on exam can often find such problems which can be easily correct by manipulation. ...Read more

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Hip pain esp during sleep. Almost like has catch n it but worse then pain during day after.Have to lay flat to ease off during the night?

Hip pain esp during sleep. Almost like has catch n it but worse then pain during day after.Have to lay flat to ease off during the night?

Bursitis: Sounds like - pain on the outside of the hip along the bone is called trochanteric pain syndrome or bursitis . The tightness and catching can be due to a band of tissue the it band which has gotten tight and feels like it catches. Stretch by crossing your legs in a standing position and try to touch the sides of your ankles leaning over the side. Ice and antiinflammatories may help as well. ...Read more

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