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Pain Post Total Hip Replacement.

I am 53 years of age.I also got a THR due to AVN more than an year ago. My X-RAY, Bone scan etc are normal. There is no loosening, no infection and X ray looks normal. I still have pain sensation on lower part of the thigh which faces the chair while sitting  i.e when it touches the hard surface and the pain while walking starting from thigh to knee and lower part of the legs. The good leg and thigh also pains while walking and sitting but  lesser than the operated one.. Is there a treatment. No doctor has been able to diagnose the problem.Some doctors call it neuropathetic pain and some suggest revision of surgery.


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but the doctors are relating to neuro pain
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Hello Arora, just curious if you ever found relief since you posted this four years ago!  I am your age and having the same symptoms.
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