What are the symptoms of arthritis in the hip?

Hip pain. 1. Pain in the groin, front of the thigh, knee 2. Difficulty getting up/down from a seated position 3. Decreased walking speed and distance.
Pain. Depending on severity usually manifests as pain often in groin but sometimes in buttock or radiating into thigh. Symptoms often worse with activity. As it progresses loss of motion may be experienced, ie difficulty sitting with leg crossed over other knee.

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