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MRI shows mild marrow heterogenity

I have severe chronic hip joint and front and back hip pain, lower back pain. I have trouble walking as the pain shoots down my legs and centralizes a sharp pain in the joints. My feet are sometimes numb and tingling. MRI without contrast shows: Mild marrow heterogenity. The SI joints appear normal, with no erosive changes, fusion or assosiated edema. Small bilateral hip joint effusions are noted, although hip joint spaces are maintained. No hip fracture or avascular necrosis is identified. Muscles of the pelvis are grossly symmetric, with no muscle tear or strain identified. There are foci of increased T2 signal noted on the left hemipelvis, possibly due to ovarian cysts. Please help -
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