I have hip pain in my right hip and at times I feel, what seems, like the bones grinding when I walk. How can I fix this?

Get diagnosis. The first step in treating any problem is to know the cause. You should see a doctor to get a diagnosis. At your age this should not be occurring and could be due to hypermobile joint , prior injury, muscle disease, or arthritis. You should see a doctor with experience in this type of problem. If you have not had a prior injury consider a rheumatologist.

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