Osteoarthritis hip dislocation

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After having a surgery to fix on particular problem that left me with a whole different problem I went to three other osteo docs. They all advised me to have hip replacement due to osteoarthritis, but I didn't want to do that without trying every other avenue. I recently had a 'live blood analysis' and discovered a tiny organism called 'mycoplasma arthritides' was responsible for my problem. I was told that a trauma like my surgery couild have triggered the organism.
I was just about your age. I was 27 when I was diagnosed with the osteoarthritis in my hip joint and needed it then, HOWEVER, back in '74 the implants were brand new and made for elderly - over 80 years old only - as they wouldn't have lasted more than approx 5 to 10 years on me. So they had me put it off and I did for over 7 years, until I was 35, and that RUINED my back because of the way I had to walk and use a cane and limped.
You hear the inevitable news that you have osteoarthritis of the hip joint. The only treatment that will relieve your pain is replacement of the hip joint…(www.hipresurfacingindia.com) This is the relentless jargon of patients suffering from osteoarthritis of the hip. The conventional hip replacement involves cutting the head of femur (thigh bone) and replacing it with a metal ball. The diseased acetabulum is replaced with a high density polyethylene cup.
soft tissue damage in the outside spinal canal lead to left hip pain, combined with congenital dislocation of the hip.
Hi, I can understand from your post that she is indeed having hip pain and radicular pain too. Common causes of hip pain include dislocation, fracture, and osteoarthritis. Axial low back pain with a referral pain pattern may also occur in the hip. It is more common, however, for axial low back pain with referral pain to occur in the buttocks and/or leg(s) in a pattern that is difficult to localize.
A few indications for arthroplasty incude osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, avascular necrosis, osteonecrosis, congenital dislocation of the hip joint, hip dysplasia , acetabular dysplasia, frozen shoulder, loose shoulder, joint stiffness, severe dislocations, traumatized joint, growths/ malignancies etc.
Hi, Your symptom of grinding is characteristic of osteoarthritis. If you are having tendon weakness, then it could be patellar sub-luxation or patellar dislocation. When did your pain begin, what were you doing at the time, and what were the initial symptoms? Do you experience any grinding, locking, catching, or giving way of the knee? Are there any positions that make your knee more or less comfortable? What is the quality of your pain (sharp, shooting, dull, etc.)?
But my right leg is a little bit shorter than the left leg, and the muscles in my right thigh are smaller and somewhat atrophied compared to the muscles in m left leg. My x-rays show some early osteoarthritis in my right hip, and my right hip is pretty deformed and flattened out on top. I struggle to remain active. I too enjoy working out - weight lifting, hiking, cycling, etc - but it can be pretty difficult to do on some days.
My physical therapist thinks that it could be my bones rubbing together... either over the years of constant dislocation or the doc cut my bone too sharp- sounds like the disk between my two bones have deteriorated. Overall, I wish I didn't have the surgery. I still have neck pain... sometimes worse than before since I have my thin neck muscle holding my joint together which is painful sometimes. Yes, it is a stable joint but I still have pain and just a big scar.
Loose, unstable joints that are prone to: sprain, dislocation, subluxation and hyperextension Early onset of osteoarthritis Easy bruising Dysautonomia typically accompanied by Valvular heart disease (such as mitral valve prolapse, which creates an increased risk for infective endocarditis during surgery, as well as possibly progressing to a life-threatening degree of severity of the prognosis of mitral valve prolapse) Flat feet High and narrow palate, resulting in dental crowding Vulnerabilit
FINDINGS: EXAM IS COMPARED TO 6/6/05 AP PELVIS DEMONSTRATING SIMILAR SLIGHT IRREGULARITY OF THE SUPERIOR LATERAL ACETABULAR(what's a lateral acetabular?) ASPECT TO SUGGEST POSSIBLY A TINY COMPACT BONE ISLAND OR LOOSE BODY OVER THE SUPERIOR LATERAL HIP JOINT.(what?) AP AND FROG CONED VIEWS SHOW MILD SPURRING OF THE INFERIOR FEMORAL HEAD,(do you know where the femoral head is?) ALMOST CIRCUMFERENTIAL HIP JOINT NARROWING IN RETROSPECT ON THE FROG(whats frog?)VIEW.
bone graph was taken from my left hip, doctor takes from the hip because theres plenty of bone to use for graphing. the hip feels like a really bad charlie horse. i feel like an old man walking around, it's a little difficult turning around in bed. i've found stuffing 2 pillows into 1 pillow case works better 4 me to rest my arm, last night i had a fever of 100.6, fingers very swollen, and exposed fore arm very red. i called the Docs office around 7:30pm.
Wow this is weird. Did not expect to find this many people with the same symptoms and still no solid answer.
I have been told the disc was so badly prolapsed that it has caused permanent neurological damage to my Left arm and right leg. I also suffer greatly from the hip where the graft was taken. I also now know that I have multi-level degenerative disc disease in all areas of the spine as well - with degenerate discs both above and below the fusion as well as the one below it touching the cord. My life feels like it is over. I am 32 and struggle to be normal and look after my 3 year old.
On his they used some of his hip bone for the fusion. He complained more about hip pain than neck pain. Good Luck with your surgery and don't take it as lightly as other poster did. Everyone is different in the way they heal and some push themselves through the pain when they should not.