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Hips hurt when I sit ?

Hips hurt when I sit ?

Not the hip joint: Usually it does not hurt to sit with hip arthritis. It may hurt to get up. Depending where it hurts it could be trochanteric bursitis if it hurts on the side of the pelvis; ischial bursitis or piriformis syndrome if it hurts on the bottom, coccyxgodynia if he pain is coming from the tailbone - called the coccyx. Sometimes for comfort you can cushion you gluteal region with a pillow. ...Read more

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I have 34 inch hips, 24 is that healthy?

I have 34 inch hips, 24 is that healthy?

Depends on height: It depends on height, weight, and how much is fat and how much is muscle mass. If you are 4 foot 5, that is not healthy. If you are 6 feet 2, and your bust is the same, you might be pin-up material (and I'd be envious). Tell us more details. ...Read more

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What can cause hip discomfort when I stand after sitting for a while?

What can cause hip discomfort when I stand after sitting for a while?

Mostly arthitis O A: Patient how suffer from osteoarthritis, have that problem, when set down for a while or rest for while there joint get stiff and when try to get up and move around they feel that stiffness and pain because the lack of joint fluid. When they walk for while joints get lubricated by the joint fluids produce.Thank you. ...Read more

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At night I wake up to my hips hurting what causes this?

At night I wake up to my hips hurting what causes this?

See your doctor.: Hip ache at night time could be many things. First, make sure you're not always laying on the same side and compressing a nerve. Are you stiff or your shoulders hurt too? Then consider things like polymyalgia rheumatica. Sometimes, night pain in bones can mean something more serious like malignancy (especially if only on one side). Bottom line, if not going away, see your doctor. Good luck! ...Read more

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Keep getting achy hip and groan hurts?

Keep getting achy hip and groan hurts?

Muscle or joints : Does your groin groan, or does your hip hurt-:). Too general a question. Need a good history, a good physical exam, a good doc. ...Read more

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Any exercises or food tips for getting wider hips?

Any exercises or food tips for getting wider hips?

Not really: Hip width has a genetic component as well as as structural component. You would basically get wider hips by adding more fat...Exercising will keep you toned and hips "slimmer". It is wisest to be happy with how you are built as your build is the best for you personally. Enhance what you have and do not try to change what is is yours naturally. :). ...Read more

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Do people have to get their hip replacements replaced?

Do people have to get their hip replacements replaced?

Yes, occasionally: If the implant wears out, the entire implant or a part of the implant can be redone. Revisions or redos are also done if there is a problem such as instability, infection, fracture or other problems. ...Read more

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I've had pain in my left hip when I sit for about 6 mos now, what should I do?

I've had pain in my left hip when I sit for about 6 mos now, what should I do?

See a specialist...: Hip impingement or femoral acetabular impingement is a diagnosis that encompasses a bony or mechanical pinching at the periphery of the ball and socket hip joint. One of the common symptoms is pain while sitting because of the flexed position of the hip. You should see an orthopedic hip or sports medicine specialist trained in hip pathology to evaluate your specific condition. ...Read more

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Hip fractur symptoms?

Hip fractur symptoms?

Hip Fracture: Signs and symptoms of a hip fracture may include: inability to move immediately after a fall severe pain in your hip or groin inability to put weight on your leg on the side of your injured hip stiffness, bruising and swelling in and around your hip area shorter leg on the side of your injured hip turning outward of your leg on the side of your injured hip. ...Read more