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Right Hip Problem
Mar 10, 2008
... Hi I'm a 34 year old female with terrible right hip pain for 5 months now. Went to doctor in November after I noticed a large bump on my right outer thigh. I had an MRI done in December and was told i have bursitis of the hip and arthritis. ... (2 replies)
... I can't believe you have already emailed us...! I've been thinking of you a lot and hoping that you find that everything's turning out great! ... (607 replies)
... I just wanted to let you know you are not alone with the long lasting hip problems. I have been having hip problems since 2003. It all stemed from running cross country. For 3 years i had chronic bursitis, every month I would get a steriod injection in my right hip. ... (1 replies)

... I just found out that I will need surgery to fix a labrum tear and impingement. I am very scared and dreading this. I appreciate any advice that anyone can give me about the surgery and the doctors. ... (4 replies)
... i too kinda started out like that and after many injection and then a bursa removal of my left hip which was the BIGGEST mistake of my whole life!! this surgery is not one that is done often because that fluid filled sack protect things from rubbing together. i say NEVER do it!! ... (21 replies)
... I first noticed the pain in my left hip around mid October of 2008. I was working at the time, and my job required me to be on my feet most of the day. I usually ride my bicycle to work and back, but one day the pain was so bad that I had to take the bus. ... (21 replies)
Constant Hip Pain
Aug 16, 2015
... Hey guys, I posted this a few days ago but my topic dissapeared with a name change so this is a repost. I'll include a transcript from the old one below with a few modifications so it's less to read. ... (7 replies)
... Well, I hate to be the bearer of bad news but I've had chronic trochanteric bursitis for over 30 years. Here's a few tricks I've learned. ... (21 replies)
... After moving some heavy books going up and down the stairs I started having pain in my buttock, hip, thigh area. Immediately I ran to the computer and started doing some research on the symtoms I was experiencing. The pain has been intense and throbbing with no let up. ... (4 replies)
... Ah now here is somethign I can relate to. ... (10 replies)
... Believe me we all feel just the same way as you do about all the testing! ... (24 replies)
... I had a hip replacement revision done in August which is trickier and more complicated than the original THR that I had 14 years ago. ... (9 replies)
... Wow... so many posts now that I have to take notes so that I remember all I want to say when I get to the reply phase. ... (607 replies)
... Well, I went to the doctor and I have a choice. My Meniscus is ripped too bad to save and will need to be removed. My Arthritis has gotten worst too. The doctor said, I could do a scope and remove the Meniscus and clean up some Arthritis and it may last a year before I have to replace it. ... (6 replies)
... I never knew that having the osteo A and osteo P would wind up causing such trouble in my hip. ... (24 replies)
... I am at a loss of what I should do. I fell and tore my meniscus back in Nov. I had surgery in 4 weeks later due to the clinic I went to not getting the doctor I picked the xrays etc. I'm assuming the orthopedic surgeon clipped off a piece of the meniscus and didn't repair it. ... (1 replies)
Stabbing pain
Jun 18, 2012
... I've learned that the feeling of "giving way" can be indicative of cartilage delamination. It can be detected on MRI, but is rarely caught on the first read, in hips at least. ... (22 replies)

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