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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)
... Had a bad time with hip bursitis several years ago. ... (2 replies)
... I am a 32 year old stay at home mom of two young children. Having hip bursitis has been extremely difficult. ... (2 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)
... 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)
... since June and at this time am in severe pain in all areas unrelieved by Lortab. I believe I have chronic trochanteric bursitis and have had it since 1998 when they said I had Fibro. ... (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)
... Hey, all! I saw autumneve's message and thought I'd post an update! It's now been 2.5 years since the pain started that was eventually diagnosed as trochanteric bursitis. ... (21 replies)
... Wow, you are really young to be having this problem. I went searching for a health-issues message board tonight because last November I was climbing out of a car after being on my feet all week. I felt this wrenching pain and I've been hurting ever since. I've been diagnosed with Trochanteric bursitis, have had cortizone shots, physical therapy, oral anti-inflammatories,... (21 replies)
... I don't have much to contribute, since I'm still learning a lot myself. One thing I wish I'd considered sooner is that bursitis is only a swelling. It's a symptom, to which there may be many possible causes. ... (21 replies)
... Hi pl and twilit....Yes...if it hurts....don't do that! Rule #1 of bursitis. And I have a soft bed and a closed cell foam(2"thick) on top and even then sometimes I double it over. On the ibuprofen, the maximum prescribed dose is 3200mgs/day. But the reason I recommend reducing it after 2 weeks is that it can give you an ulcer on top of the liver problems(ulcer more likely).... (21 replies)
... Now, that's just my experience, and it might have more to do with arthritis than bursitis. So perhaps it just depends on whether your bursitis is accompanied by arthritis. I think a good general rule is to try to make yourself as comfortable as possible, whether at rest or at work. ... (21 replies)
... Since I had a tkr last year I have been struggling with this in both my hip and replaced knee. ... (2 replies)
... I just wanted to say thanks for all the help I received from this forum, especially to jennybyc. I have been relatively pain free for close to six months. For anyone who continues to suffer, I recommend trying this basic method which has been working for me (please read Jennybyc's post (#8 from this thread) for much more helpful information:) 1) Keep bags of ice on the... (21 replies)
... eone else with it aswell,, not that its a good thing, im 15 years old and ive had mind for years heres my story ii am 15years old and ive had the operation on my hip to remove the bursa.. this is how it began.... ... (21 replies)
... months and I agree that resting and taking down tim post injection is a must. I found PT to only cause more pain so I limited the stretching on the hip flexors and that seems to work. My Orthopod will not remove the bursa and says that in time it will go away! ... (21 replies)
... Hi, I hear your frustration....:( Like you, I have been dealing with this since Nov. 2008. I had to drop out of Pilates (rehab!) due to the pain that keeps me up during the night. I feel fine in the daytime. I've been to the chiropractor and physical rehab for 3 mos. with very minimal improvement. Both had used a tool to roll down the outer sides of my thighs to... (21 replies)
... I just tried it out and while I am feeling ok today, it seems like I am putting my hip at risk of one of those sharp pains that can almost knock me to the ground. The reason I limp is kind of a protection against experiencing the sharp pains. ... (21 replies)
... lked elsewhere. Just to give you reference points, there are 4 main bursas in the hips. On each hip, you have a big one on the outside of the hip, just below the hip joint. Trochanteric bursa. And then on the backside, you have another right where you sit....right on that area where you put the most weight on a chair. ... (2 replies)
... tching , aching, some weakness...but have attributed it to spine and nerve issues from my back, and is many times improved by chiropractics. It hasnt helped the bursitis at all... understandably. ... (1 replies)

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