All of sudden I had hip pain for over a year. Finally they removed a bone spur from my hip five years ago and no pain at all till last January. I went back see my dr and had an x-ray and discovered that bone spur grew back but not as long as it was before. The bone spur was not big enough to cause any pain so they gave me some cortsteriod injection which work at that time. At the same time, I was 75 pounds overweight and went on exercise as walking . Three weeks ago, after I have lost 60 pounds, the hip pain returned. This hip pain will keep me up all night, where my one side of my buttock, side of my hip and sometimes in my groin area will be burning and have shooting throbbing pain along my hip. The hip pain also interfering with my walking, getting out of the chair or in a process to sit down. I have put some ice packs on as well as took some motrins. Lortab pills will not help me at all. I just do not know who to see or what to do? Any suggestions?
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