My left hip joint hurts and what do you recommend I do?

Vague ? The hip can hurt from local pain or referred pain. The problem can result from muscle ligament, tendon, nerve, bone or joint. More info would be required to offer a useful answer.

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What can I do if my left hip joint hurts and what should I do?

Get it evaluated. There are several causes for hip area pain. She need to have it evaluated, preferably by an orthopedist or rheumatologist. Read more...

Extreme pain in left hip joint. No comfortable position.

Orthopedic eval. I would visit an orthopedic doctor and consider doing so sooner rather than later. Taking pain meds to cover pain should come after knowing the cause of the problem. Read more...

Can anybody give me advice about lower back/ left hip joint pain?

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What is the difference between a right vs left hip joint replacement?

Like your hands. Mirror image prosthetics are used, assuming a double joint replacement is deemed advisable. Read more...
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What's the difference between a right and a left hip joint replacement?

Hip left vs right. Most femoral stem joint implants are "sided" with a specific version, or take-off, of the neck/stem. The sockets are usually the same on right and left, just angled and verted/rotated to the appropriate angle. Read more...

After 10 minutes on a threadmill I start feeling pain in the left hip joint (also muscle numbness) and have trouble lifting the left leg. Why is that?

Nerve impingement . Your history suggest that your symptoms may be coming from the low back/ lumbar spine. Recommendations for further work up and treatment will need to come after a thorough physician consult. Read more...
Joint, bursa,tendon. It depends where the pain is. A lot of hip problems are bursitis and tendonitis but they can be joint as well. You evalaution will include a history, physical and imaging including x-rays, ultrasound and/or mri. Read more...
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