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Sudden onset of bilateral hip pain. My wife had a sudden onset of bilateral hip pain today (in the groin area). (no injury, sudden movement, no pain anywhere else, etc) it was not painful to sit, or to stand, but as soon as she started to walk, the pain

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Dr. John Michalski
Orthopedic Surgery
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In brief: Hip pain

Could be radicular back pain, but it warrants imaging of the hips if located in the groin.
Stress fracture, disc herniation, and hernia all should be considered.

In brief: Hip pain

Could be radicular back pain, but it warrants imaging of the hips if located in the groin.
Stress fracture, disc herniation, and hernia all should be considered.
Dr. John Michalski
Dr. John Michalski
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Dr. Mark Wagner
Orthopedic Surgery

In brief: This

This sounds like a back issue.
Probably more pinched nerves that are causing the hip pains.

In brief: This

This sounds like a back issue.
Probably more pinched nerves that are causing the hip pains.
Dr. Mark Wagner
Dr. Mark Wagner
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