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Hip Pain On One Side In Morning
Woke up one morning with terrible low back and right hip pain. Have had a facet block, tpi's and a lumbar epidural, no help. What is next?
My symptoms are..Pain like bad toothache in tip and side right pelvic bone...Hip pain...Very sore hands for 45 minutes in morning . Sore feet in morning?
Inflamed joints: Multiple joint aches, particularly bilateral and involving hands and feet can be suggestive of inflammatory joint disease such as rheumatoid arthritis. Laboratory studies such as sedimentation rate, rheumatoid factor, ANA may be helpful in distinguishing the difference between osteoarthritis and inflammatory joint disease. Visit a rheumatologist. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I've sharp, one-sided hip pain. Chiropractic, massage help—but don’t fix it. 31 wks pregnant, healthy, 30 yrs—hoping for 3rd natural birth. Concerns?
Does naproxen work any better than ibuprofen or alieve to alleviate back and hip pain? Why does my back/hip pain allternate from one side to the other
Personal: For reasons that are not very well understood diff people respond diff to diff anti-inflammatories. While one person may get relief from one, another may get almost no benefit and relief from the other. As to why your pain alternates that is very diff to answer without more info, but often if we have pain we favor one side & overuse the other. As one side gets better the other hurts. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have a lot of hip pain in the morning and at night, kind of like it is locking and then frees up after I move it a little, what could it be?
Fell backwards yesterday on my bottom and woke up this morning w/ bad lower back and hip pain. What can I do to help w/ pain naturally?
I have hip pain, typically in the morning. what is the best manner to start investigation/treatment?
Doctor can evaluate: The type and location of pain is helpful to a doctor evaluating a person's hip pain. Increased pain with or after movement (especially weight-bearing activity), and improvement after rest, suggests a structural joint problem such as osteoarthritis. By comparison, constant hip pain, especially pain at night, suggests infection, inflammation, or cancer. Orthopedic and rheumatologic doctors can help. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer