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Why Does My Artificial Hip Hurt When I Sneeze
Total hip replacement: surgery in which the diseased ball and socket of the hip joint are completely removed and replaced with artificial materials. A metal ball with a stem (a prosthesis) is inserted into the femur (thigh bone) and an artificial plastic cup socket is placed in the acetabulum (a "cup-shaped" ...Read more
Hip pain with sneeze:
"hip pain" caused by sneezing might represent a lumbar disc problem. The increase in pressure cause by the sneeze can affect nerves near the lumbar discs. This is called "referred pain".
The other possibility is a groin hernia. Again, the increased pressure in the belly from the sneeze causes the hernia to bulge and cause pain. ...Read more
Likely back not hip: Many things refer pain to "hip." True hip pain is in the groin. If so try to make a figure 4 with that leg. If that significantly increases your pain go back to the hip doc. Else, if li is buttock pain you need a workup for facet arthrosis, disc disease or other spinal disease. Don't neglect a hip bursitis - on the side as is a TFL syndrome. The cough/sneeze bit points to spine pathology as No.1. ...Read more
Hip pain: Hip and groin pain with increased abdominal pressure could point to a inguinal or femoral hernia. A small out pouching from your abdomen down into the inguinal canal.... Please have this checked out, possibly by your primary care physician. A scan may be helpful.... It is typically not serious, unless a bowel loop gets stuck in this hernia... Best of luck! ...Read more
Hip pain as a consequence of progressive degeneration and arthritis will lead to hip replacement or orthoscopy??
Hip pain treatments: Hip degeneration is common, and doesn't lead to replacement unless the joint is badly damaged. Weight control, balanced walking, and hip muscle strengthening, will preserve the joint. ...Read more
Total hip replace: When arthritis is severe in the hip (no cartilage between bones) and/or causes constant intense pain and lack of function, or when there is other pathology (disease) that requieres to remove the afected part of the hip then total hip replacement is indicated. Artificial hips are made of titanium and requires some sort of biological " cement" to put in. Plastic, screws, plates may be required. ...Read more
Hip: Consider a team, guided approach with progressive increased activity as tolerated and provided by your orthopedic surgeon, pt, and ot teams. Start with walker, progress to cane, work to master stairs. ...Read more
Ask orthopedist: I would get clearance from your orthopedic surgeon. You can dislocate your artificicial hip with that range of motion. ...Read more
Better: A hip replacement often improves range of motion. Sometimes too much motion, and dislocation becomes a risk. Metal on plastic surfaces don't last forever, so higher impact activities should be limited. Otherwise, daily activities are restored, and function is better than before surgery. ...Read more
No: It would be very unlikely that any oil you could ingest would selectively be accumulated in the capsule of an artificial joint. ...Read more
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?: There are no muscles that connect to a total hip implant. Both components are implanted in the bones of the pelvis and thigh bone. The muscles are left connected to the bones. Some approaches involve cutting muscles and ligaments, which are sewn back together at the end of the procedure. ...Read more
Nothing serious: These plane rides generally are over six or seven hours. Being stationary for that period of time can cause stiffness. It is not uncommon for people with joint replacements that travel for extended periods of time to feel achiness or soreness after these long trips. The pressure changes from high-altitude even though the cabin is pressurized can also cause joint become sore and swelling of the lower extremities. ...Read more
My femur hurts. 1 1/2 years after bilateral hip replacement. Especially when I raise my leg. Why?
A few reasons: If the prosthetic hip is loose, infected, or dislocates, revision may be required. ...Read more
Artificial hip: Yes. Artificial hip surgery is a straight forward surgery that is does routinely by most orthopedics surgeons. Ask your surgeon how many he has done and if he is board certified. ...Read more
Broken bones: If u break your artificial hip you usually get it fixed not your leg amputated. ...Read more
My back hurts....Could it be my bed...When I walk I feel it in my hip....My dad had a hip replacement...Is that genetic?
Several questions: You've asked several questions! back pain at your age is generally benign and will almost always respond to basic conservative treatment - physical therapy, increased activity, exercise, good diet, etc. The bed gets blamed a lot but in truth, as long as you have a decent medium firm mattress, it's fine. Hip replacement is usually done for arthritis which is a normal aging change. ...Read more
I am a diabetic, osteoporous, arthritic and have had a hip replacement. I have been told to get an RA test done. Myhands hurt and go numb and the numbness may last from20 seconds to an hour. What might be the cause of it?
What are the risks of hip replacement surgery if I have an artificial heart valve? Would you recommend it?
Discuss w/ ORS: Discuss w/ your ORS. Artificial heart valves are fairly common and do not represent a contraindication for hip replacement. Active skin lesions, dental caries and urinary tract infections are the most common reasons in my experience for cancellation of elective joint replacement surgery. Hip replacement surgery performed well provides pain relief and greatly improves quality of life. Best of Luck! ...Read more
My father-in-law has a staph infection from a "fixed" artificial hip replacement, congestive heart failure and needs dialysis? Recovery?
Hip pain when sitting or laying down. When laying pain goes down leg and leg hurts then wil go almost numb?
I get this weird lower hip pain that seems to to go to the side of my calf and shin. Hurts worse when lying down. What could it be?
Thigh with calf pain: Pain in that area is typically from a nerve injury or part of the muscle fascial complex on the lateral part ot f the hip and thigh which helps pull your leg away from the midline. Either can be worsened by certain positions including the supine position ...Read more
Hip pain, in outside hamstring below butt, and outside of hip. Since I dance a lot, doing certain moves, (kicks, turns, and jumps) hurt really bad. I know I injured it doing a kick tilted over, I hyper extended my supporting leg and pushed out my hip, and
I: I agree with dr. Kessous. You should start with relative rest, ice and some over the counter antiinflammatories. However, given that you are a dancer, and age 15, you could have easily pulled a tendon off the bone, possibly even pulling a small piece of bone with it. If conservative measures with rest, ice and anti-inflammatories doesn't allow you to return to dancing, then you should see a sports medicine specialist to get the proper diagnosis and treatment plan. ...Read more
Hernia/strain: A strain or pulled muscle will settle down and resolve in a few weeks. A hernia will continue to have symptoms in the same location and eventually a bulge will show up. If you develop increasing pain, or fever get checked sooner. Otherwise a trip to your primary is fine. Imaging with ultrasound is often diagnostic. Be well. ...Read more
Trocanteric bursitis: It's a classic symptom that happens when people lay on their side and their hip is inflamed at the trochanteric bursa (a fluid filled sac) that helps the tissues in the area move more easily. People commonly complain of waking up because of the pain. Anti-inflammatories, stretching, and alternating ice and heat compresses can help. If it doesn't improve, see your doctor. ...Read more
Could be impingement: It would be helpful to know the exact position of the hip when it hurts but often flexion internal rotation is a sign of impingement or a labral tear of the acetabulum. Need a clinical exam. ...Read more
Why does somewhere around my right hip hurt when I bend my body or sit down, also it feels numb too?
Many things: Jane - the most common cause of hip discomfort is osteoarthritis. With that being said hip plain can have multiple causes including problems with the hip joint, fluid sacs, nerves and muscles around the hip/lower back. The best place to start is wish a visit to your physician. If you would like to talk more visit me at. Https://www. Healthtap. Com/experts/12663165-dr-patrick-kohlitz ...Read more
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