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What causes hip pain years after replacement?

What causes hip pain years after replacement?

Studies show the most common causes for hip revision after a total hip replacement are instability (recurrent dislocation), aseptic loosening of the implants from wear, and infection.

Can a total hip replacement cause hip pain?

Before I delve into hip pain possibilities after total hip replacement, let’s look at the causes of hip pain prior to surgery. Possibly, some if not all the pain a patient has before surgery is not a result of arthritis of the hip. Common things that cause “hip pain” and can confound a diagnosis

How old was I when I had my hip replaced?

DEAR MAYO CLINIC: Six years ago, at age 67, I had my right hip replaced. I’d been feeling fine until about eight weeks ago, when it started to hurt toward the front of my hip when I lift my right leg.

What happens when the ball of a hip replacement goes out?

Hip replacements can fail for reasons other than loosening. For example, the ball of the joint may slip out of the socket in the weeks following surgery, leading to dislocation. An infection can also occur, either due to the loosening of the joint or a complication from the initial surgery itself.

When did I go back to work after hip replacement?

I had a total hip replacement on October 13, 2011. At first my recovery was going well. I went back to work four months after the surgery. Shortly thereafter I began to have pain in my groin, thigh, and buttocks.

Before I delve into hip pain possibilities after total hip replacement, let’s look at the causes of hip pain prior to surgery. Possibly, some if not all the pain a patient has before surgery is not a result of arthritis of the hip. Common things that cause “hip pain” and can confound a diagnosis

When did I have total hip replacement surgery?

I had total hip replacement surgery due to trauma injury in February 2017, but this year I joined a gym and started running using the C25K application. I started having the exact pain I had immediately after surgery and so I quit working out and running. But if I had to pin it down to what caused the pain I’d guess leg extensions and leg curls.

What does it look like when a hip replacement is loose?

When viewed on an X-ray, it will look as though there are holes in the bone around the implant. Because of the weakened bone, the hip replacement can become loose and begin to wobble over time. Because of the weakened bone, the hip replacement can become loose and begin to wobble over time.

I had a total hip replacement on October 13, 2011. At first my recovery was going well. I went back to work four months after the surgery. Shortly thereafter I began to have pain in my groin, thigh, and buttocks.