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Is nerve pain in hip related to bladder prolapse?

HI, I have pelvic bladder prolapse which is getting progressively worse. I have started to have nerve pain in my right hip by the joint and also down my leg in the back of the thigh and on each side of the right knee. Could the nerve pain be related to the slipping bladder ? Or any other ideas what could be causing the nerve pain. I m not sure if it could be the sciatic nerve. It isn t in the back just on the side and down my leg.
Thu, 16 Jun 2016
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I really appreciate your concern, bladder prolapse and pelvic pain are two different condition, for the bladder prolapse it is better to have opinion form surgeon pelvic pain could be due to spinal degenerative disease and for that MRI is advisable till then NSAID can be used Tab Diclofenac 50 mg can be tried hope this information helps.
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