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Sharp Pain In The Hip Flexor During Butterfly Stretches
I developed hip flexor tendonitis 3 1/2 months post hip arthroscopy. How long would something like this take to resolve? Tired of having hip pain
Depends: It really depends on cause. If it was from an injury or overuse, it should get better quickly; certainly by 4-6 weeks. If there is something underlying that is causing it, then it may not get better until the cause is addressed. ...Read more
My daughter is in color guard-during practice she was attempting a head stand and felt a sharp pain in her mid abdomen on the right side...Hip flexor?
Unlikely: If you say mid abdomen on the right side, you have to have think of muscle along this region. But this will not give your daughter a sharp pain. It would be ideal to rule out any problems along the low thoracic spine as she may be having radicular symptoms as a result of her intense physical activity. X-rays of the spine and detailed imaging of the spine could be considered. ...Read more
28yo F, sharp pain occasionally in left hip, pain during sex, frequent need to urinate, stabbing pains in vaginal area, could this be ovorian cancer?
32F hip painx4 days getting worse popping sound&sharp pain hip gave out today &I fell downfew stairs Hip pain worsewhen sittingor standing long time?
Labral tear?: It sounds like your hip started hurting with no history of trauma. Is that right? It could be a labral tear. An exam, xray and mri would help diagnose. If that is what it is you should avoid hip flexion (squats). Also a hip injection into the actual hip joint (not the bursa on the outside of the hip) would help. Try anti-inflams and see if they help. Instead of ibuprofen, maybe naprosyn. ...Read more
Right outer hip pain. Constant aching for months. Popping when walking. Sharp pain with certain movement. Currently in pt but pain is worse.?
Possible tendonitis: The sharp pain and popping you are feeling may be from an inflamed tendon. Would recommend rest, ice, and taking over the counter anti-inflammatories. If PT makes it worse, take a break from PT and see your physician for a reevaluation. ...Read more
Sprinter with severe aching pains in left hip and severe sharp pain in quad while running. Quad pain dissolves with rest. Hip pain progresses.
U R a minor but U--: -need an answer. U must share this with Ur parents! Quad pain may B due 2 overuse, or 2 rapid elevation of Ur program. B sure U have a day of rest after a hard workout. Hip pain is more of a worry. There R conditions such as femoral acetbular impingement, or poor acetabular coverage of the femoral head. A fellowship trained sports medicine orthopedic surgeon may B able 2 help. Hands on xam+images. ...Read more
I get occasional, very sharp pains in my hip flexor. Sometimes when I walk, the pain suddenly stops me in my tracks. What can/should I do about it?
See ORS: Sharp occasional pains in your hip 'flexor' w / no recent hx of injury could be the earliest manifestations of hip arthritis. Groin pain w/ walking is common w/ people w/ oa of their hip. Middle age is also a common time for childhood hip conditions (ddh, scfe) to make themselves known. See your ors for exam and x-rays. Good luck! ...Read more
Hip flexor injury: Pain from injury to the iliopsoas muscle is usually felt in the front part of the hip, depending on the extent of the injury. ...Read more
What preventative measures should be taken to avoid re-injuring a hip flexor - soccer injury? Any specific stretches or weight training?
Avoid re-injury: In my experience groin strains (hip flexor/adductor muscle strains) are common in american football kickers and soccer players."rice" (rest, ice, compression, elevation / nsaids) is most effective for treatment initially. The best advice I can give to avoid re-injury is to be certain your injury has completely healed before playing again. Stretching exersises once healed? Benefit... ...Read more
Could a tight hip flexor cause burning/prickling sensations in the inner thigh? I do quite a bit of driving during the day.
My 13 year son has an avulsion hip flexor. Our doctor said 2 weeks of crutches and then start walking on it. Should he not do stretches and or physio.
Rest: The rest period is to allow for healing. Once the doc says he can start walking (which is good physic) he can do light stretching. Once he's off the crutches ask the doc about a PT assessment/referral then. ...Read more
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Many possibilites: At 31, it commonly is a strain, if it just happened. If it's been there for a while or has been happening over and over, then it could be several things. A hip flexor tear (rectus or iliopsoas), capsule tear, hip labral tear, arthritis, cam lesion, early avascular necrosis, or stress fracture. Unless it just happened today and you're walking without pain, I would see an orthopedic surgeon. ...Read more
I have a hip flexor injury from soccer and I have pt for about. 6 weeks, and so should I take ibrouphen everyday to help me?
30 years old. Severe lower back and hip pain during fasting month (Ramadan) never happened before, no serious injury. Plz help?
The body can:
Change through fasting or accident..
A year can make a big difference, please see your doc
To rule out illness of kidney, muscle pull, etc. Peace and good health. ...Read more
Hip pain esp during sleep. Almost like has catch n it but worse then pain during day after. Have to lay flat to ease off during the night?
Bursitis: Sounds like - pain on the outside of the hip along the bone is called trochanteric pain syndrome or bursitis. The tightness and catching can be due to a band of tissue the it band which has gotten tight and feels like it catches. Stretch by crossing your legs in a standing position and try to touch the sides of your ankles leaning over the side. Ice and antiinflammatories may help as well. ...Read more
I have spastic CP & had my hip flexors released in 01. What can I do for hip flexor pain and spasm that has been recurrent for 3 months after injury?
Be seen: I would first consider being seen to accurately determine the cause of your symptoms. X-rays would be useful to rule out serious injury, such as a fracture or dislocation. If everything. Checks out, then physical therapy and/or muscle relaxants are often used for pain from spasm. Thank you. ...Read more
SIJ?: 23y fem. W. unilateral "hip pain worse move/pressure" absent mechanical injury likely has sacroiliac joint, SIJ, disorder or soft tissue injury low back. Pain w. pressure suggests disordered pelvic girdle & SIJ. If chronic, etiologic origin might be Joint Hypermobility Syndrome, JHS. Childbirth potentiates SIJ disorder in women w. JHS. Osteopaths skilled at solving this differential diagnosis. ...Read more
Stretch first!: With any muscle injury, rehabilitation starts with stretching the muscle, then start strengthening. Hip flexors can be worked with a straight leg raise while lying on your back, with the knee bent or straight, with or without an ankle weight. Isometrics can be performed in the sitting position by pushing down on your knee with your hand while lifting the knee. ...Read more
Usually not: Hip flexor damage usually is due to sudden contraction of hip flexor muscles such as in kicking activity, running, or excessive use of these muscles. May occur suddenly and cause a muscle "pull" pain followed by muscle spasm, weakness, and inability to continue actitivy. Occasionally falls may contribute to the problem with overstretching damage to the muscles in front of the hip (iliopsoas). ...Read more