Hip pain that runs down the front of the leg especially when walking?

Consult your doctor . It could possibly be from a lumbar spinal condition -- like a "pinched nerve"-- your doctor will have to examine you to rule this out. A few other things could cause your complaint.
Could be a number of. This could be a number things ranging from neuropathy to arthritis. See your doctor for evaluation.

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Hip pain that runs down the front of the leg?

Hip Pain. Most likely represents hip osteoarthritis. Many things can mimic that such as L4 radicular pain. Hard to advise without examination and more inclusive history. Read more...

I have develped sudden deep hip pain shoots from butt down my leg, no injury, no medication. Hurts to walk, bend, lift. Resting has a burning pain too?

See a physician . Could represent a pinched nerve. Rest and do not do any lifting, pulling, or pushing until you are checked. Read more...
Sciatica? Could be sciatica, but please reread the HealthTap policy on public questions: Doctors' answers to public questions are not intended for diagnosis, treatment or prescription. You're asking for a diagnosis. My reply to your post is not a diagnosis, just a suggestion of a possibility. For a real diagnosis, HealthTap is not a substitute for a live doctor in a brick-and-mortar office. Read more...

Pain on left side hip from front and back of leg travels to foot hard to walk very painful if sciatica is it bound to get hip pain and on both legs?

Rarely. usually sciatica stays on one side, occasionally can affect both sides, but if I were you, I would see a specialist, perhaps a urologist to determine the cause of your sciatica. That will give you a better answer as to what is going to happen. Read more...
See Osteopath. Actually, there are numerous reasons you could be having this pain: lumbar/pelvic dysfunction, to herniated disc, ligament laxity or neural irritation/inflammation.Since you live in Australia & have access to osteopaths, I strongly suggest osteopathic evaluation.In my practice, these pains often have mechanical origin & can be fixed via manipulation.Unchecked, the pain can indeed become bilateral. Read more...

Dementia and double hip surgery 2013. difficulty walking, walks with aid. Last 10 days lying down, leg/hip pain. Hip may be dislocated. Lives overseas, will be seen, seeking advice meantime. What to do if dislocated, 4 yrs post surgery?

Hip dislocation. . Usually speaking, a postoperative hip dislocation can be reduced (which means they put the hip replacement back into the socket where it belongs). This can sometimes be done without having to operate again. This person should be seen by an orthopedic surgeon for options, and also to make sure that a dislocation is actually what is going on. Read more...
Be seen. Needs to be seen. Immediately. A dislocated hip needs to be reduced on an urgent fashion and the longer it goes on the more likely it will be that the hip won't be able to be reduced closed but will need an open surgery. Read more...

I am experiencing hip pain and leg pain and it is unbearable to run and hurts to even walk.?

Be seen. Multiple possibilities, I would not hesitate to be seen for a specific diagnosis. Among the three more common causes are something wrong with the hip itself, or a Tendonitis of the tendon that runs on the outside of the hip often referred to as iliotibial band syndrome, or an irritation if a nerve in the back causing pain that runs into the hip and leg; other possibilities as well. Read more...

Hip pain. Leg/hip not holding weight after sitting. Arthrogram MRI yest. Can hardly walk. Wont hold my weight?

Varies . The two most common causes would be a problem in the hip verses a pinched nerve in the back. The MRI arthrigram should go a long way in determining if it is from the hip or not. Read more...