I had a dislocated hip as a baby. How likely are my children to get it?

3-4%, but... Developmental hip dysplasia, new term for 'congenital hip dislocation, ' occurs way more often in girls and in babies born in breech position.Therefore, the chance will be more or less depending upon the gender and presentation of fetus.

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Could a dislocated hip as an infant cause pain in adulthood?

Yes. Untreated or unrecognized dislocated hip as an infant can lead to abnormal development of the hip as an adult and become symptomatic. Read more...
See below. Only if there is still a problem with the hip. Read more...

I was in a car mva on may 7 15 I had a dislocated hip with fractures I had surgery on my hip I'm still having pain in my groin area should I get ref?

Follow-up. Hip dislocations associated with acetabular fractures are challenging injuries to treat. My assumption is that your surgeon still has you on weight-bearing restrictions as I don't let my patients progress with weight-bearing for 3 months after their surgery. Groin pain indicates true hip pain, but these injuries can take 1-2 years to get to an optimal outcome as long as there is no recurrent . Read more...

I was born in 65 with a dislocated hip throughout the years i'd get occasional pain right below my hip the last two days it has not gone away?

Let understand you. You have dislocated hip and was not treated? Or you have dislocated hip and was treated? And know you have some concern about pain below the hip. Please let me know? I will answer you. Read more...

What happens if I was born with a dislocated hip can I still have children?

Depends. The hip issue should not be a big factor. However, without an idea of your general health and the status of your female components, I couldn't comment on your fertility.If you passed through puberty, have regular cycles (verifying the components), you may have the same potential as other women. Any special needs based on existing problems could be worked out. . Read more...

What can I do for my baby who has congenital hip dysplasia - chd (dislocated hip)?

See an orthopedist. This is easily corrected by a pediatric orthopedist id di=one as soon as possible. Read more...
See an orthopedic su. See an orthopedic surgeon. The amount or degree of dysplasia will tell what kind of therapeutic intervention is necessary. Read more...