What happens if I was born with hip dysplasia can I have children?

Sure. You may want to discuss this with your OB prior to conception as they may just want to look at pelvic x-rays to determine if there would be any problems with vaginal delivery (usually not with just dysplasia). But you do this before pregnant so fetus not exposed to radiation. At worst, you might need C-section, but no reason not to be able to have kids.

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Help! Was born with hip dysplasia/never treated- what is the best clinic for manual therapy there is for my condition?

Recommend ortho eval. At 27, if you have never had your hip dysplasia treated, I would suggest a good evaluation by orthopedics prior to initiating any manual therapy. It's important that your hip is biomechanically sound to function because it will affect your ability to walk and move. After the orthopedic evaluation, recommendations for physical therapy/manual manipulations can be made. Read more...

I have weakness my dominant arm. I'm don't play any sport however when I go to the gym I notice that when I do a seated chest press or pushups my right arm can't take the weight that my left arm dies. It just collapses. I was born with hip dysplasia, and

Cervical radiculopathy. You could have a pinched nerve in the neck which is affecting nerve impulses to the muscle, and subsequent weakness in the affected arm. There are also other reasons that could cause weakness in the arm. Either way you need to be seen by an orthopedic spinal specialist and get a formal work up. Read more...

I have hip dysplasia, I was told I was born with it. I cant use stairs, and walking for more than 5 minutes hurts. What could be my treatment?

Hip dysphasia. See an orthopedic surgeon to explore your options. At this point a hip fusion may be the answer. You need help from them to improve your mobility and pain. So sorry. All the best. Read more...
Orthopedic surgeon . You need to see an orthopedic surgeon right away! See your primary care doctor for a referral! Yes, you were born with it. Treatment is varied, surgery plus therapy at this point likely. Read more...

I'm 26, my mother born w/ severe bilateral hip dysplasia corrected by surgery. Lifelong hip "catching" and clicking in joint, and pain. Poss dysplasia?

Now arthritis. Dysplasia correction involves cutting the femur and/or pelvis, and the changing the alignment to improve coverage of the ball by the socket. Dysplasia comes in various types and degrees of severity. Because the correction is rarely 'perfect', some symptoms can be present. Most patients develop degenerative changes later in life. (arthritis). Read more...