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Partially Dislocated Hip Symptoms
Be seen: If you actually have a dislocated hip, you would be in severe pain and unable to walk or even move. You would call an ambulance, be taken to the emergency room, where it would be urgently reduced. ...Read more
It varies somewhat, but most uncomplicated dislocations with out any further problems will
Be pretty well Recovered by 8-12 weeks. ...Read more
Depends: Was there a fracture? If not it can take up to 6 months minimum. 12 months is not unheard of. Rehab, rehab, rehab. Muscle balance, esp glute strength. ...Read more
Need an x-ray now!: A hip dislocation may disturb the blood supply to the femoral head. When that happens, avascular or osteo necrosis may develop. This is a serious condition and needs to be evaluated by a board certified orthopaedic surgeon. Try otc nsaid's for pain relief until you can see an orthopod. ...Read more
Depends on the age:
Traumatic hip dislocation - pediatric - pediatrics - orthobullets. Com
www. Orthobullets. Com/pediatrics/.../traumatic-hip-dislocation--pediat...Mar 12, 2012 – introduction. Typically seen after high energy trauma. Can occur after low energy mechanism while engaging in sporting activities. Posterior. ..
Pediatric hip dysplasia - dislocated hips in children
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And bad arthiritis, and nerve injury
as the thighbone is pushed out of its socket, it can disrupt blood vessels and nerves. When blood supply to the bone is lost, the bone can die, resulting in avascular necrosis or osteonecrosis. The protective cartilage covering the bone may also be damaged, which increases the risk of developing arthritis in the joint. ...Read more
I was born in 65 with a dislocated hip throughout the years i'd get occasional pain right below my hip the last two days it has not gone away?
Let understand you:
You have dislocated hip and was not treated?
Or you have dislocated hip and was treated? And know you have some concern about pain below the hip.
Please let me know?
I will answer you. ...Read more
Urgent reduction: Dislocated hip must be promptly reduced (relocated) as soon as identified for a number of reasons. Number one left in a dislocated position it is generally very painful and could in theory compromise nerve function. Also can result to damage to hip cartilage which has limited to no ability to heal. ...Read more
See below: Only if there is still a problem with the hip. ...Read more
Hip dislocation: Immediate pain, swelling, deformity, with inability to ambulate. Get xray asap and see your orthopedic surgeon. ...Read more
Depends: The hip issue should not be a big factor. However, without an idea of your general health and the status of your female components, I couldn't comment on your fertility.If you passed through puberty, have regular cycles (verifying the components), you may have the same potential as other women. Any special needs based on existing problems could be worked out. ...Read more
Unlikely: A dislocated hip is very painful. Unless unconscious, it is unlikely that you could stand, walk, or find a comfortable position, much less have sex. Posterior hip dislocations occur with the hip flexed & internally rotated. Anterior hip dislocations occur with the hip extended & externally rotated. A hip might dislocate when in those positions, but once dislocated any other activity is limited. ...Read more
Usually not: With a proper treatment rendered within 2 weeks from birth, late sequelae are pretty uncommon. ...Read more
The shoulder has the most mobility of any joint in the body so is also much more likely to become unstable.
http://www. Theshouldercenter. Com/unstable-shoulder. Htm. ...Read more
Should be ok:
Obviously if your injury is two years old it should have fully resolved
usually a hip dislocated in a healthy adult
only with severe trauma such as a mva
so as long as you are not having any issues
with your hip you should be able to do what
you want as long as you didn't have any fractures or hardware implanted. ...Read more
Usually painful: Yes if joint is restored and there are no weak spots from fracture of the acetabulum. Just avoid the direction your hip dislocated in. ...Read more
See an orthopedic su: See an orthopedic surgeon. The amount or degree of dysplasia will tell what kind of therapeutic intervention is necessary. ...Read more
I was in a car mva on may 7 15 I had a dislocated hip with fractures I had surgery on my hip I'm still having pain in my groin area should I get ref?
Follow-up: Hip dislocations associated with acetabular fractures are challenging injuries to treat. My assumption is that your surgeon still has you on weight-bearing restrictions as I don't let my patients progress with weight-bearing for 3 months after their surgery. Groin pain indicates true hip pain, but these injuries can take 1-2 years to get to an optimal outcome as long as there is no recurrent ...Read more
Is it possible to hip dislocated in teenage? How to know if hip dislocated? What are hip dislocation effects? Does it effect children growth?
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