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j3di3
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« on: March 29, 2008, 01:35:13 PM »

For the last month or so my hip (see pain area on pic) started hurting. Now the thing is that it only hurts at specific angle when the leg is kinda pulled out of the socket, like when you sit back on a chair and let the leg hang down or when I lie on the side and my leg is fully relaxed I get this pulling/uncomfortable feeling there. I used to have it in both hips but after a while left hip stopped hurting now its the right one that hurts and the pain is pretty much established there and I dont feel like it improved at all over the last few weeks. I kept squatting and deadlifting as I didn't really feel the pain when performing the exercise and warmed up well. But as it didn't seem to improve that much I dropped deadlifts as dls were the exercise I felt it the most, now I'm gonna drop squats for few weeks see if it improves.
The pain is not muscular and feels like joint pain.
Anyone had similiar problem?


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« Reply #1 on: June 18, 2008, 04:06:40 PM »

I had hip pain quite often. Left side... later I found out that my left leg is marginally longer than the right.
After starting deads and squats the pain is gone.
Go see a !good! doc.
My doc told me to play tennis to remedy the situation  Roll Eyes
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« Reply #2 on: August 29, 2009, 01:22:47 PM »

I had hip pain quite often. Left side... later I found out that my left leg is marginally longer than the right.
After starting deads and squats the pain is gone.
Go see a !good! doc.
My doc told me to play tennis to remedy the situation  Roll Eyes


I'm guessing your doc said that cause the forward facing side to side motion you do in tennis with help strengthen the muscles in this area.  Your gluteus medius can have much to do with this as it gets little work in regular training.  I have had this hip pain but it comes on as a strain while exercising heavy, squats or leg presses.  Standard rehabilitation practices should have you doing well in a few weeks.  Ice and ant-inflamatorys also help and should be included.
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