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Right hip pain after running
I have been running more often, and longer then I used to and in last couple of days I have pain in my right hip. This morning I experienced clicking knee but I went for a run anyway . And it stopped for some time.  I am wandering am I doing something wrong?
I am looking forward to continue with my running habit, but should I slow down or pause after some time while running? I mean I don't run that long.
Or, are they some steps I should follow, does this happen only when you are beginner and does your body get over these injuries with time?
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Also I didn't mention that I do not stretch before I run.
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It's very very important to warm up FIRST and stretch after your run!
Check the following!

http://www.everydayhealth.com/hip-pain/five-common-causes-of-hip-pain-in-women.aspx?xid=nl_EverydayHealthHealthyAging_20120723

http://www.everydayhealth.com/hip-pain-photos/ways-to-relieve-hip-pain.aspx#/slide-1

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