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Pain in hips since radiation and chemotherapy for cervical cancer; does it go away?

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Dr. Michael Gofeld
Pain Management
1 doctor agrees

In brief: Neuropathy

It can be related to neuropathy after chemotherapy and/or radiation.
Often it does go away after several months. However, i would recommend to see pain specialist and start medical treatment.

In brief: Neuropathy

It can be related to neuropathy after chemotherapy and/or radiation.
Often it does go away after several months. However, i would recommend to see pain specialist and start medical treatment.
Dr. Michael Gofeld
Dr. Michael Gofeld
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Dr. Ray Tidman
Family Medicine

In brief: More info needed

Bone pain in a cancer patient requires a careful search for metastatic desease.
This may be a simple back strain, but it could be as serious as loss of circulation to the hip socket resulting in avn, see your physician , many questions are due to be answered.

In brief: More info needed

Bone pain in a cancer patient requires a careful search for metastatic desease.
This may be a simple back strain, but it could be as serious as loss of circulation to the hip socket resulting in avn, see your physician , many questions are due to be answered.
Dr. Ray Tidman
Dr. Ray Tidman
Thank
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