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Why is my artificial hip painful when I sneeze?

Why is my artificial hip painful when I sneeze?

Hip pain with sneeze: "hip pain" caused by sneezing might represent a lumbar disc problem.The increase in pressure cause by the sneeze can affect nerves near the lumbar discs. This is called "referred pain" . The other possibility is a groin hernia. Again, the increased pressure in the belly from the sneeze causes the hernia to bulge and cause pain. ...Read more

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Sneeze (Definition)

A semi-autonomous, convulsive expulsion of air from the lungs through the nose and mouth, usually caused by foreign particles irritating the nasal mucosa. A sneeze expels air forcibly from the mouth and nose in an explosive, spasmodic involuntary action resulting chiefly from irritation of the nasal ...Read more


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Why does the inside of my hip always hurt when I cough or sneeze?

Why does the inside of my hip always hurt when I cough or sneeze?

Hernia/strain: A strain or pulled muscle will settle down and resolve in a few weeks. A hernia will continue to have symptoms in the same location and eventually a bulge will show up. If you develop increasing pain, or fever get checked sooner. Otherwise a trip to your primary is fine. Imaging with ultrasound is often diagnostic. Be well. ...Read more

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Why does the inside of my hip hurt when i cough or sneeze? Is this serious?

Why does the inside of my hip hurt when i cough or sneeze? Is this serious?

Hip pain: Hip and groin pain with increased abdominal pressure could point to a inguinal or femoral hernia. A small out pouching from your abdomen down into the inguinal canal.... Please have this checked out, possibly by your primary care physician. A scan may be helpful.... It is typically not serious, unless a bowel loop gets stuck in this hernia... Best of luck! ...Read more

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I have severe sharp hip pain when coughing, sneezing or getting out of bed too quickly?

I have severe sharp hip pain when coughing, sneezing or getting out of bed too quickly?

See details: Pain in the hip area is often lower back in origin rather than true hip disease. I suspect that is your problem. Of course, hip issues including tears, arthritis, tendonitis and bursitis can be the cause. See an orthopedist. ...Read more

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I had a siezure, and for a few weeks now my hip has been hurting to the point that if i sneeze or cough i cringe with pain. Any suggestions?

Sometimes injury: Sometimes when person has seizure and is standing or sitting there is impact that can cause skeletal injury.Perhaps you fell during seizure and injured your hip. You should consult your family physician if symptom continues for evaluation by physical examination and perhaps some imaging. ...Read more

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What could cause hip pain after sneezing?

What could cause hip pain after sneezing?

See details: Are you sure you do not mean back pain? If the pain is not in the groin it is not hip. If it is in that area and sneezing causes it, get checked for the presence of a hernia. ...Read more

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I am experiencing the worst pain on my right lower hip. It hurts when i sneeze, cough, lay down, sit up and walk. The pain is excruciating. Can u help?

I am experiencing the worst pain on my right lower hip. It hurts when i sneeze, cough, lay down, sit up and walk. The pain is excruciating. Can u help?

Need a diagnosis: You could possess primary hip pathology such as a bony problem, but may have referred pain from sacra-iliac joint or even lumbar spine. Local nerve pain could cause symptoms over thing, meralgia paresthetica. See your physician and get anatomy clarified. Treatment success should follow. ...Read more

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I have pain on the front and side of my left hip. It was brought on suddenly after sneezing 3 times while standing. Have had hip strain past year.

Tendon tear: The pressure from a sneeze with sudden movement of the lower body could lead to worsening of an already underlying issue like partial tear of a tendon insertions.get it checked out by orthopedic doc if persists beyond few days. Ice it in the mean time and use Tylenol,for pain relief ...Read more