pain on left side above hip bone

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Dr. Jovita Anyanwu answered:

Sharp pain on left side just above hip bone?

Back pain

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Back pain or uti can cause such pain.
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Dr. James G. Marx answered:

Sharp pain on left side above hip down to pelvic bone that comes and goes?

Need to see Dr.

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Could be passing a kidney stone, ovulating or having some sort of pelvic condition. You need to get check out-probaly will need to look at your urine, have a pelvic exam at the very least.
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Dr. Laura Pearlman answered:

I am 9 days late on my menstral cycle with 2 neg test 2 days ago and having pain in my left side right above my hip bone. Could i be pregnate?

Unlikely

Pain
It is unlikely that you are pregnant if the urine test is negative. They are very sensitive. If you are having pain, you should see your ob/gyne as you may have an ovarian cyst.
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Dr. Jason Hester answered:

Dull surface pain in lower left side waist, right above hip bone. Mostly not noticeable unless I twist or stretch. Cannot find by pressing. Help pls.

? Nerve pain

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Can't really offer a diagnosis here without more history and exam but I would consider something like meralgia paresthetica. Look it up and see if it corresponds to your history which is often of tight jeans, belt, or other compression of the lateral femoral cutaneous nerve.
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MRI showed lesion on iliac bone, left, had pain gradually increase for a year now my right hip area is becoming painful? What could it be?

Difficult to say

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Difficult to say without seeing the images. Try to provide more details and describe more history. Consult with your doctor regarding more specific consideration radiologist had in mind when interpreting your MRI. This can be done by just looking at the MRI report .
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I have a sixth lumbar vertebrae and pain in hips. I've started getting pins and needles up and down left leg, painful. Is my extra bone causing this?

Possibly

Discitis
This is one of those problems where a visit to your doctor is necessary to figure out what's going on. Only after a thorough evaluation, including examination and possibly labs and other tests, can your doctor correctly diagnose you and treat you effectively.
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Dr. Camilla Graham answered:

I have a lump beneath my hip bone on my right side (groin area?). It is slightly painful to the touch and moveable. What could this be?

Lymph node

Groin
This sounds like a reactive lymph node. It can be swollen from a small cut (like from shaving) or other infection in the groin or leg area. It should go back to normal over a few weeks but if it keeps getting bigger you need to see a health provider to check it out.
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I have a lump slightly below my left hip bone, towards my groin. It's painful to touch, it is approximately 2inches by 1inch what might it be?

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It could be any of a number of things. Your doctor should see you and do a history physical, possibly run some tests, then let you know what's going on.
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I have pain in my pelvic bone. It is painful to walk. It makes my hips and spine ache. Help Please?

See you doctor

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you need to be evaluated by your doctor, a hands on examination will be needed to accurately diagnose what's causing your symptoms.
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Osteoarthritis through to osteomyelitis had ten cm bone removed grown back painful knee joint can't walk on it hip pain too x?

It is muscle tissue

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So begin the healing with heat, stretching, massage, yoga, deep tissue release acupuncture and trigger point therapy … add in magnesium as a muscle relaxant plus needle therapy. Janet G. Travell, MD and C. Chan Gunn, MD. These 2 pioneers in pain treatments have textbooks on the subject. Their protocols can treat and possibly resolve complex pain issues
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