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Had a Hip replacement surgery, feel pain and burning sensation. Is it normal?

I had a hip replacement at the age of 26, nearly 7 years ago, i get pain from it sometimes and at the moment it is very painful with aching, a burning feeling and it sometimes give way on me and there is always very limited movement. I have had x rays last one in august2012 and i was told everything was fine and normal even though i explained the pain, any ideas? Claire.
Asked On : Mon, 14 Jan 2013
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HI AND WELCOME TO HEALTHCARE MAGIC.....Dude hip replacement surgery is a major surgery...besides other complications there is disruption of nerves normal anatomy,due to whitch you have paraesthesia....gabapentin9anti deppresant) can help you in releaving these symptoms...
Answered: Tue, 23 Jul 2013
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