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Why am I having joint pain near the right side of hip and thigh ?

I m 16 female and have joint pain were hip and thigh is on right sidr. Have had it for a few months but dont got good nutrient. I can run and walk but have alittle bit of trouble lifting my leg into a pants leg or something like that. It s not a severe pain but just really annoying. I have no disorders or anything.
Asked On : Thu, 11 Aug 2011
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If you have pain in the hip and thigh then you can take a painkiller and multivitamin and calcium for treatment of the pain.If there is no improvement in pain then please consult a Orthopaedic surgeon for examination and even get a X-ray done so that if there any problem it can be seen in x-ray.The doctor will see the X-ray and then treat you accordingly.
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hello angela
the pain in your right side hip and thigh needs attention.we really dont have details of your pain to make a suggestion. but pain or muscle weakness whichever is making it difficult to lift leg definitely needs to be seen by a doctor.
other symptoms to watch for would be fever, weight loss, local swelling, any injury .after a detailed examination orthopaedician would be able help you out. dont neglect. till then do take pain killers to make you feel better.
wish you a good health
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