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Pain in hip bone, abdominal MRI normal. What could it be?

3 weeks ago I started having dull, aching pain in my lower left pelvic area like it was behind my hip bone . When I pushed there, the pain would slightly increase. It has been consistent for these 3 weeks increasing when I stand and/or bend over a little better with rest. The past couple of days, I have had moments where I feel like it is gone but then it comes back. My last period was 9/24/12 and I haven t gotten it yet this month. Already had an abdominal mri because my doctor thought it may be hernia . Results were normal. Waiting to get approval for the pelvic mri. Any ideas what it could be or if I should see my Gyn?
Asked On : Sat, 3 Nov 2012
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Orthopaedic Surgeon 's  Response

I have gone through your query.

You ave not given previous history of trauma or prolong medication.

There may be avascular necrosis developing in hip region.

But it is difficult to say anything without MRI scan.

Till then avoid any heavy activity.

I hope you have got your answer.


Answered: Mon, 30 Jun 2014
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