I know how you feel i have really bad hip pain myself at times and it is pure agony ,i am in limbo so cant really tell you much. So i am bumping your question so that some of the wonderful people on this site can tell you more as they have great knowledge between them. Good luck and i hope you get some relief from your suffering really soon. Take care.
If you google hip pain and MS, you will come up with a site called brighthub - that is where I found this description of pain - and there is much more you might want to read.
"Multiple sclerosis can cause two major types of pain in the hips and legs. The musculoskeletal pain can affect the entire body, but the hips and legs seem to be affected most often. Chronic neurogenic pain is the most common type of pain in multiple sclerosis patients and typically occurs in the legs."
It is especially important that we exercise those hip muscles regularly to keep them moving .
I get hip pain out of nowhere...it seems to come on both sides of pelvis. Thought it was bad posture at the computer. lol It's a grin and bear it pain that not much helps sometimes and anti inflammatory.
My hip pain was dx as hip flexor weakness by my physical therapist. Exercises to strengten and stretch have helped tremendously. It could also be hip bursitis. Had that previously as well , befroie the MS dx. Now, the PT said the bursitis was probably related to the flexor weakness and altered gait due to weak leg muscles.
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