Hello I was wondering if I could get your take on what you think this might be.
I am a 47 year old female in good health. I talk Prozac for an anxiety disorder which seems to be under control. My problem in pain and stiffness in my left hip area. I don't notice is as much when I am walking but when I have been sitting for any period of time and get up my hip area is stiff and sore. I remember I had this in both hips years ago but it seemed to go away and now I really noticed it in my left hip the last couple of months. Also I was experimenting on putting my weight on each leg from side to side and I really notice it when I put my weight on my left hand side and it gets worse when I move my hip a little further out. Do you think this is something that a chiropractor should look at or a family doctor? What do you think it might be?
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