Supposing you have slipped capital femoral epiphysis, would you still be able to play soccer?

Depends. If no complication such as leg length discrepancy, avascular necrosis, may be able to play soccer. You should ask orthopod doing surgery for limitations and restrictions.
With the slip or. After correction? While you have the scfe, it would be painful to play with it but, surprisingly, not unheard of. After correction, yes, someone could play soccer after it is corrected and heals.

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What happens if I had slipped capital femoral epiphysis (scfe) and I had surgery for it. Is it possible to happen again?

No.... SCFE occurs most commonly in 10-14 year olds; there may be an association w/ weight. I assume u had your screw or pin removed. The growth plate of the hip is now well closed. Occasionally , later in life( middle age most commonly) the hip can develop degenerative changes because of the misshapened femoral head and lead to arthritis. Hopefully not for u... Best of Luck! Read more...
Once each hip. SCFE can only happen once if stabilized with surgery. Early post op before growth plate fuses to prevent further slippage,possible for hardware to change position and sometimes lose stabilization.If pin protrudes into joint cartilage damage (chondrolysis) is possible..Sometimes complication of avascular necrosis can occur with pinned slipped epiphysisHowever opposite hip can slip at different time. Read more...

What to do about hip pinning for slipped capital femoral epiphysis (scfe)?

Commonly done. Hip pin is commonly used to help treat SCFE. many experts would recommend it if a pt has SCFE I am not sure what you are asking. Read more...

Is there a link between scfe (slipped capital femoral epiphysis) and infertility?

Rarely. Scfe (slipped capital femoral epiphysis) usually occurs during the pre-pubertal growth spurt, before a girl starts her periods. It is more common with childhood obesity, and can be associated with hormonal disorders like underactive thyroid (hypothyroidism) or hypogonadism - low levels of estrogen. Thyroid problems should be treated. Hypogonadism can cause infertility in later life. Read more...