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Tightness In Left Hip
Mattress : Sounds like your mattress is too hard. ...Read more
See below: There are many causes of low back pain and hip pain. Often they are related. Usually acute back or hip pain will improve over 1-2 weeks with anti-inflammatories, gentle streching, and use of heat/ice. If your pain does not improve or gets worse you should contact your physician. ...Read more
I have tightness and sometimes pain on the outer sides of my hips. Pain more on left hip at times. Rest +ice helps. Could I have Sciatica?
I went on a brief walk and 10 minutes after being home I felt a warm wet feeling running down on my left hip. It is a large area. Chest is tight too?
While rehabbing my left knee (pfps), my hip has began to get really tight and painful.PT advised figure 4 stretch and hot showers.Ice=worse what to do?
Hip: If joint is tight in front: Try lunges-very slowly and/or hip extension-lie prone, put a pillow under the knee. If on the side: stretch TFLstand,cross your legs &push the hip sideways, In back: Reach for your toes. If the figure 4 hurts - x-ray the hip. In the groin: lie supine on a bed or couch, spread the leg and hang it over the edge. Feel the stretch. The hip is felt in front by the groin. ...Read more
I am 45 male...I have of developed certain conditions like numbness in my hip tightness in calves and weakness in left leg. wobbly at times?
See your physician: The many possibilities include meralgia paresthetica, vitamin deficiency, drugs, medications, infection, diabetes, anxiety, Guillain-Barré syndrome, herniated disc, tremor, spinal cord injury, cardiovascular disease, etc. See your physician for a full evaluation -- sooner if the symptoms worsen. http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/leginjuriesanddisorders.html ...Read more
39/F w/ache above left hip & "pulling" feeling 1/2 way to belly button (but lower). Where ache "ends" feels tight. Had colonoscopy & all ok there. ??
I had MRI that said subchrondral low signal noted in left femoral head consistent with avascular neurosis and maybe on tight hip. what does that mean ?
Femoral head AVN: The earliest findings of avascular necrosis (AVN) of the femoral head are not seen on conventional x-rays but are seen on an MRI of the hip. Increased signal within the femoral head on the MRI may be indicative of early avascular necrosis. As long as there is no loss of sphericity of the femoral head this is likely an earlier finding that may be responsive to less invasive surgical treatment. ...Read more