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I have had very painful hip for last 4 days. I had pelvic pain.

hi im a 34 year old women. I have had very painful hip for the past 4 days. I just went to stand up from sitting not for long and felt a lot of pain on my left side hip. I v never had this problem before, I cannot walk without limping its hurts badly and have been taking painkillers constantly. I know I m not pregnant . However when I had my son 4 years ago I had pelvic pain can t remember what the doctor called it. I was to go for physiotherapy if pain persisted after my son s birth but it didn t so I didn t go.
Asked On : Thu, 24 Mar 2011
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Please get an X Ray done for hip if you are not pregnant. Does the pain shoot down the thigh down to leg or is localised?
Do you have any other health problem like diabetes , hypertension , ??
Which painkillers are you taking?/ I may suggest you something if i dont find them gud enough!!!!!
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