I am 50 years old and on 09-17-09 I had an vaginal hysterectomy due to severe menorrhagia and dysmenerrhea accompanied by extreme pelvic pressure. This I suffered with over a year prior to the surgery. I was off six weeks post surgery and had little to no pain at all. Recovery was a breeze. Then when released back to work, resuming normal activities, I devolped this hip joint pain, mostly in my left hip. It feels as though the hip needs to pop back into place, and has affected normal walking as well as the running I used to do prior to when my meopausal problems started. I have tried physical therapy, chiropractic treatments, I-buprofin with ice treatments and message therapy. Nothing seems to help and I am in need of some advice.
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