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Hip Pain Made Worse By Bending Over
Hip pain increasing for weeks. Worse in the morning, sitting, standing, bending over. Leg aches. Taking Flexeril (cyclobenzaprine hcl) and Elavil. Sciatica? Bursitis?
If am having back pain and leg n hip pain should I be doing any lifting or bending. I do a lot of both at work?
Back pain: The back pain can be caused by muscle strain, spinal stenosis, ruptured disc, nerve impingement ... It sounds like you have some nerve pain. I would recommend no heavy lifting and repetitive bending. You should seek help from a doctor. You might benefit from a comprehensive evaluation and treatment. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Kneecap pain & popping underneath while walking after bending to ground at work 2 days ago (hrs later). Hip pain followed. Have pfps. Doc appt?
SIJ ? : 23y fem. w. unilateral "hip pain worse move/pressure" absent mechanical injury likely has sacroiliac joint, SIJ, disorder or soft tissue injury low back. Pain w. pressure suggests disordered pelvic girdle & SIJ. If chronic, etiologic origin might be Joint Hypermobility Syndrome, JHS. Childbirth potentiates SIJ disorder in women w. JHS. Osteopaths skilled at solving this differential diagnosis. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Within the last week been having left side joint hip pain. Made worse by sitting/walking and sleeping. Could these b related?
Yes this could be : One of several diagnoses related to the hip such as : bursitis, tendinitis, cartilage issue such as labrum, and arthritis as the more common possibilities with a knee or back problem sometimes presenting as hip pain or even a sacroiliac issue. There are other possible causes so if the pain persists or worsens, see your physician. ...Read more
I have been experiencing lower back and hip pain for 3 weeks and the pain is increasing and worse when I am sitting.
See below: There are many causes of low back pain and hip pain. Often they are related. A bad hip can cause buttock, groin, and/or thigh pain. Sometimes a pinched nerve in the back can cause back, buttock, and thigh pain depending on which nerve is involved. If your pain does not improve or gets worse you should contact your physician to help identify the cause. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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
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
Left hip pain at night and after sitting down after work. Pain in hip and shoots down leg at times. Worse at night in bed. No injury as far as I know.
Left hip pain: May be scaitica. Sitting is stress on spine. Consider ergonomic chair with lumbar support. At work change position ( i.e. get up for a moment every 45 minutes to an hour) to shake out, Consider a trial of NSAIDS ( motrin/alelve ) and muscle relaxant( if not allergic). Rarely may also be related to ovaries/ colon, retroperitoneal issue so may consider ultrasound or CT abdomen. f/u w/ doc ...Read more
I'm 17 yr old. I've struggled with hip pain before. Recently it's gotten worse to the point I can't rotate my hip. I didn't hurt it. Whatcould it be?
Severe back and hip pain durning and before bowel movment? And it seems to be getting worse. Bowel movment is normal and regular otherwise.
Had this hip pain 4 about 3 months now recently got worse to the point of waking me up at night and sitting sometimes walking should I go to hospital
Lateral hip pain. Xrays show nothing. Dr pushed, pain. Injected lidocaine as diagnostic. Pain worse. What was diagnosed? Set for PT soon. What's next?
See details: There are two major causes of lateral hip pain. One is a trochanteric bursitis and the other is referred pain from the lower back. Injection lidocaine alone is not the answer. One can try injection with a combination of lidocaine and a corticosteroid. This may may a bursitis not not if the pain is from the lower back. See an orthopedist or rheumatologist. ...Read more
I have had a sudden onset of hip pain. It is worse on my right side and makes it difficult to walk or even lay on my side to sleep. I am 34 w/no injur?
Soft tissues: Mid-thirties female with "hip" pain worsened by lying on that side, with walking, & absent mechanical injury likely suffers a soft tissue injury that will not manifest on imaging studies. Careful physical examination can discern between inflamed ligaments, tendons, & bursa; the last being a candidate for this pain pattern. Osteopaths have skill to perform differential diagnosis of this problem. ...Read more
What did this tell the Dr? Lidocaine injection for diagnosis in hip bursa. No relief from pain. Pain was actually worse. Maybe trying to rule out bursitis? Lateral hip pain 20+ years. Getting worse. Next step? Options? Thanks.
You have a combinati: I think it is best that you see a rheumatologist. you have a variety of musculoskeletal symptoms and we need clarification. this can be soft tissue, joint or other. The lidocaine is too brief to have an impact. You would need corticosteroids and lidocaine together. You will be evalauted for a variety of diagnoses. ...Read more
Chronic hip pain 21yrs old. X-rays showed nothing, physical therapy made it worse. Can't work because the pain is so bad. Help?
More info: This depends on many other factors such as your weight if you had any injury to that area or if you had any birth defects that may not have healed or been attended to appropriately. Depending on the type of pain you're having an MRI may be a better study as it will show the joints in more detail after which an orthopedic surgeon can do further workup or surgeries that may be indicated. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I am having the same hip pain i had before hip surgery, but worse. Is it possible i retore my labrum from plahing soccer?
Can an MR Arthrogram detect bursitis in hip? Pain 20+ years, worsening. PT not helping. Scan ordered. What's next if scan is clear? Thanks.
Yes,: but an arthrogram is not necessary to diagnosis bursitis on MRI. A non-arthrogram standard hip MRI will diagnose bursitis just as well. The arthrogram component(injecting contrast into the joint space) will help diagnose other potential causes of hip pain, but bursa are not connected to the joint space, so the arthrogram part doesn't aid in detecting bursitis. ...Read more
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