Hey- Anyone experiencing hip pain at all? My left hip hurts so bad all of a sudden. When I try to put my left leg onto my right leg.
Its a shooting pain. Not sure if the neuro needs to know this or my regular dr?
I had hip pain in my left hip which was driving me mad, but mine turmed out not to be a neurological pain. The hip which was the problem was the right one (most of my weakness is right sided) and the physio reckoned that my left hip was over compensating and stiffening to try to stabilise my pelvis because of the right hip.
Get it checked out as muscle problems especially aroung the hip flexors are very common in MS.
I have sever hip pain for a few days, anytime I would walk I felt as if my hip was going to pop out of place. It went away in a couple of days, not sure if it was neurological or not. Never mentioned it to my doc, or if I did he didn't do anything about it.
I hope your pain eases soon, I know what you are going through.
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