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Have a hairline fracture. No swelling. Advised bursitis. On steriod. Is painful. X-ray is normal. Treatment?

Could I have a hairline fracture in my hip without signs of swelling or bruising? I am 67 year old female and in good physical health. I have already been told it was bursitis, given a steroid shot and the pain is stiil in the hip and down my leg front of my leg. The pain is so bad I can hardly walk. Sitting is my only comfort. I have had x Rays,nothing.

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Asked On : Mon, 14 Oct 2013
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steroid will help you solve this problem but not the pain. I suggest you to talk to your doctor and give you some analgesics so your pain problem get resolve.

If you were my patient I would have suggest you either Ibuprofen or Diclofenac. But this irritate your stomach by increasing acidity. so you wil take some antacids with it . Capsule Risek (Omeprazole ) 40 mg before break fast is best option. These both drugs are over counter drugs and dont need doctor prescription :) Hope this was answer to your question :)
Answered: Tue, 15 Oct 2013
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