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... This is a reply to plreynolds who contacted me about more info on chronic hip bursitis and what to do when it won't go away. Rather than email him directly, I figured it would be more of a help to post it here for anyone suffering with this pain. ... (21 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. ... (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. ... (21 replies)

... I'm thinking that if this doesn't go away I'm going to have to go and get it checked. Did the dr. say what caused this? ... (8 replies)
... I am sorry to hear you're still having a rough go. I read your "bursitis" thread and even answered it. Will all that numbness eventually go away? ... (607 replies)
... Is Bursitis a life long event without treatment? ... (24 replies)
... wonderful how you're doing. I was reading your recent post about all the things you can't do and all the things you're gona do and I just sat there saying "you go girl"!!! Great news. ... (607 replies)
... Missygt, and others here, any more ideas on bursitis? I have had it before and it always seemed to clear up with a cortisone injection. This last bout is much worse. It has been almost a year and I am really getting frustrated. I think most of my friends a family think of it as a minor ailment and probably think I am being a baby. The pain is awful. I have gone to orthos, PT,... (4 replies)
... I just went for the bursitis issue and I have another appointment in July so I don't want to go until then. I thought about going to my regular doctor to talk to him about getting in therapy for my back... what do you all suggest? ... (607 replies)
... It started with pain just when I exercised for too long, then the popping joints started, then the hip started grinding when I moved into certain positions. The hip now is pretty painful. It feels extremely deep like the bone is what is hurting, not the muscles. ... (1 replies)
... he top of the post and into the cup as well. Not very technical terms but hopefully you get the picture. I'm sure if you Google "hip replacements prosthesis" you can find a picture. Or your orthopedic surgeon should show you one. Mine weigh about 4lbs each but of course I cannot feel them. ... (4 replies)
Hip Bursitis
Mar 29, 2012
... If you must workout, start out slow, be sure to warm up, then stretch. I would not go full speed for your normal workout. If you usually run for an hour, try out a 20 minute jog, then see how you feel the next day. ... (10 replies)
... I have it too and my ortho said no but the cortisone shots help after the 2nd and third time. I hope you feel better it can be extremely painful. ... (4 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)
... The injection consisted of Marcaine and Kenalog. One of the hip Dr's told me that he would use depomedrol rather than what I had been given. I've heard that sometimes the injections do work.... ... (6 replies)
Hip pain
Mar 16, 2012
... the aggravation between sitting then standing and the feeling of giving way, can be indicative of a labral tear or cartilage delamination. These were symptoms I endured for 15 years before getting a diagnosis. ... (10 replies)
... After that it would come and go so I went back to the doc insisting that there was some piece floating around or something similar. ... (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)
... Now you've got me thinking about my thigh pain. I can walk well and have no limp. But.... ... (21 replies)


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