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Having pain in hip, low blood pressure. Blood test for muscle pain and tiredness. Drinking lot of water

I have had right hip pain continues for 3 months, increasing in severity. During this time I ve had blood tests for muscle aches and pain, tiredness. Results showed low vit D, low RBC , low WBC , low platlets and elevated monocytes. A plain hip xray was NAD. I also suffer with very low BP at times 80/45. I drink around 3lt water a day. I do not consume alcohol or smoke . Thank you.
Asked On : Mon, 18 Jun 2012
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Orthopaedic Surgeon, Joint Replacement 's  Response
It can be a non bony issue. I would suggest you to get mri of the hip joint to confirm is there is something wrong inside the joint. Also i would suggest you to get MRi of spine also as some time it can be a pinch nerve of spine that can cause such symptoms. Also till that time I would suggest you to take brufen for pain relief.
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