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What Type Of Hip Issues Are Suffered Here

What Type Of Hip Issues Are Suffered Here

I just saw my ortho doctor and I get a notice when something new is put into my records. And this was added Femoroacetabular Pincer Impingement. Just another thing to add to my conditions that can or might be linked to Fibro.

A MyFibroTeam Member said:

I get hip pain that wakes me in the night, if I do too much it's really bad. I've found I cannot sit too long as it hurts more so by getting up and moving around a bit helps as does gentle exercise but if I overdo it wow do I know about it. They have giving me xrays and cannot find anything physically wrong with my hip and that's how they knew it was deffo FM. I do get injections into the nerve every so often through the pain clinic and this helps as does a lovely hot water bottle which I'm permanently attached to most of the time. I wear a hop belt that I bought through Amazon when it starts throbbing but these are only meant to be worn in short bursts and not overnight. A cushion between my knees helps when I sleep in bed tooπŸ˜ŠπŸ’œπŸ’ hope some of this is helpful to you as I feel your pain, big hugs πŸ€—

posted 3 months ago
A MyFibroTeam Member said:

When I got diagnosed with FM the doctor checked all the pressure points. I can’t remember how many there are but every spot she touched was very painful.
I wake up at night from a sound sleep because my hip is hurting so bad. It isn’t always the same hip. It brings tears to my eyes.
I’m so sick of hurting all the time. I was diagnosed over 20 yrs ago.

posted about 3 years ago
A MyFibroTeam Member said:

I ended up with bursitis in my hip, somewhere along the way I moved wrong, and the tendon separated from the bone. Very painful, and have to use a cain. My doctor thinks the pain will get better if I walk more...nope, if I walk around Walmart, I have to take the day off of work to recover from grocery shopping.

posted about 3 years ago
A MyFibroTeam Member said:

I have hip dysplasia which docs say was missed at birth and osteo arthritis in the hips i had a hip replacement at age 31 that made no difference pain wise only movement was better my rhematology think the hip op triggered my fibro my other hip needs replaceing but they wont touch it and its getting worse

posted about 3 years ago
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