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Old 08-01-2016, 04:58 AM   #11
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Woke up with a really sore hip. You know, the one the X-rays and doctor said had no problems? Well, it hurt.
You could ask your doctor about getting a bone scan or MRI. They can detect different problems than X-rays.
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You could ask your doctor about getting a bone scan or MRI. They can detect different problems than X-rays.
Or I could wait and it will go away on it's own. 😉 That's pretty much what happened in spring. I had the pain and a doctor appointment. By the time I saw my doc and had my X-rays, the pain had been long gone. Old Age-she's a cruel witch.
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Or I could wait and it will go away on it's own. 😉 That's pretty much what happened in spring. I had the pain and a doctor appointment. By the time I saw my doc and had my X-rays, the pain had been long gone. Old Age-she's a cruel witch.

Rub some dirt on it. (Thinking like a NoDak). I ignore just about any pain too. They usually go away on their own.

Hope you feel better soon, CG!
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Or I could wait and it will go away on it's own. 😉 That's pretty much what happened in spring. I had the pain and a doctor appointment. By the time I saw my doc and had my X-rays, the pain had been long gone. Old Age-she's a cruel witch.
CG, start taking Osteo Bi-Flex https://www.drugs.com/mtm/osteo-bi-flex.html !! It took a few months, but my gimpy arthritic knee in danger of a knee replacement has been vastly improved.
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Old 08-01-2016, 06:31 PM   #16
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Just because it went away on its own before doesn’t mean it will again. Nor does it mean that there isn't something really wrong.

And just because one person's joint pain is caused by arthritis doesn't mean everyone's is. There are lots of things that can cause this kind of pain.
Or it could be age. But you can't know if you don't have it thoroughly checked out.
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