Hello, just me agian.
I have a question. My hip pops ALOT. I could be sittign at my chair at work and i will stretch and POP there goes my hip.
Is this normal, I am 25 and I danced for 5 years, could that have anything to do with??? It is only painful ever so often but the popping sounds like it would be very painful.
Thanks all posting will be GREATLY appriciated..
My hip pops too. I can make both of them pop in and out. It happens on its own every so often, and sometimes painful, but when I do it on my own it dosnt hurt. Definately sounds painful. I'm 20, and I noticed it when I was 15. Doc said its no big deal, its just appart of my body. I'm double jointed in other parts of my body also, I can twist my elbows twice around, push my thumbs back to my wrist, lock my finger joints and pop them out, rub my shoulderblades and pop them out. My ankles pop when I move them in circles... It's nothing to worry about. Just dont do it too often because you're deteriating the cartledge between your joints. And when you're an old woman it will be very painful. There are lots of vitamins you can take to replace cartlege.
If you are worried somethings wrong, ask your doctor.
Hope that helps. :-)
My hip pops a lot too. Sometimes it feels tight and I need to pop it to loosen it up and that actually makes it feel better. All my joints pop a lot too. I was a volleyball player, but that was ten years ago. I don't know if that has something to do with it. If it is painful for you though, I would get it checked. Have you ever been to a chiropractor? I know some people are againt them, but I had nothing but good experiences with them, especially when I played v-ball. They can work on you and give you exercises too. Just a thought. Good luck!
ode to popping hips. I too have a popping hip. I dislocated my left hip by hitting a tree with my focus 65 miles head on. Immediatley after my accident they scheduled my physical, occupational and speech therepy. I was in therapy for about 8 weeks and I never had any pain. About a year after my accident my hip started to hurt...This year will be the 3rd year and it seems to pop and carry on more now than it ever has before. I remember them telling me that a little pain could be caused by so little as the weather...but that popping is bad. Sometimes when I sit down it just feels like if it could pop it would feel better and then eventually if I stretch the right way it does. Aleve seems to help but nothing as good as a nice stretch. I would definatly recommend trying it. hopefully it works for you too!
My Hips click too! im 14 years old and my mom has it too. I think my symtoms are weird though because I know this sounds insane but whatever my family or friends get i seem to get too. my dad hurt his foot, my foot randomly got swollen. my dads knee got swollen, so did mine randomly. my moms hips click, mine started after i thought about it. her back was very bad in about july and mine started last night because she started talking about it again. My friend whos also 14 had her appendix removed and after i had VERRRY bad pain in my right side. my friend whos 14 just had a seiorus eye problem. now i have a red eye and it hurts bad. Its crazy.. help me toooo
Hey guys ! i have been looking eveywhere for an answer why both my right and left hip pop when i want it to ! i can controll when my hips pop in and out ! it doesnt hurt when i do it either ! i want to know is this a bad thing? is it normal ? no one i have asked can do it !
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