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Dr. Andrew Rynne
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Dr. Andrew Rynne

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Suggest treatment for hip pain and hot flashes

Hi, I have been having severe hip pain with hot flashes and nausea. Last Friday I started having hot flashes and ended up vomiting. Come Saturday I began to have severe hip pain, hurts to put pressure on it, my hot flashes went away until yesterday morning I was back with hot flashes in the morning. Then this morning I continued having hot flashes and feeling nauseated again! Hip pain still remains. I have mild cramping in my lower abdomine. What could be possibly wrong with me? I have searched the web with my symptoms and all that comes up is eptopic pregnancy but I know I m not pregnant I had a tubal ligation 8 1/2 yrs ago! Please help
Fri, 31 Jul 2015
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Hello,
Your symptoms are not particular only to pregnancy. They can also be experienced with hormonal disturbances. The fact that you had a successful tubal ligation goes against the possibility of pregnancy. Yet, in the current scenario, you need to have a proper clinical assessment, get a trans-vaginal sonogram and if you have a missed period, an estimation of the serum beta-hCG titres also. The hip pain may be unrelated also. Hope you find this information helpful. Wish you good health.
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Suggest treatment for hip pain and hot flashes

Hello, Your symptoms are not particular only to pregnancy. They can also be experienced with hormonal disturbances. The fact that you had a successful tubal ligation goes against the possibility of pregnancy. Yet, in the current scenario, you need to have a proper clinical assessment, get a trans-vaginal sonogram and if you have a missed period, an estimation of the serum beta-hCG titres also. The hip pain may be unrelated also. Hope you find this information helpful. Wish you good health.