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What could cause groin pain and joint pain 8 months after total hip replacement?

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Dr. John Dearborn
Orthopedic Surgery - Reconstruction
2 doctors agree

In brief: A socket problem...

Groin pain could be failure of the socket implant to achieve bone ingrowth, which means it is loose.
Another common cause is tendinitis of the psoas tendon. This can be treated with nsaids, injection of steroid into the tendon sheath, or surgery to relieve impingement.

In brief: A socket problem...

Groin pain could be failure of the socket implant to achieve bone ingrowth, which means it is loose.
Another common cause is tendinitis of the psoas tendon. This can be treated with nsaids, injection of steroid into the tendon sheath, or surgery to relieve impingement.
Dr. John Dearborn
Dr. John Dearborn
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Dr. Ronald Krauser
Internal Medicine - Rheumatology

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Groin pain is usually related to the hip, bursitis or tendinitis.
Speak with your surgeon and have it reevaluated.

In brief: See details

Groin pain is usually related to the hip, bursitis or tendinitis.
Speak with your surgeon and have it reevaluated.
Dr. Ronald Krauser
Dr. Ronald Krauser
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Dr. John Michalski
Orthopedic Surgery

In brief: Hip pai after THA

Check for loosening, infection, synovitis, startup pain, strain, impingement, or may just be normal healing.

In brief: Hip pai after THA

Check for loosening, infection, synovitis, startup pain, strain, impingement, or may just be normal healing.
Dr. John Michalski
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